Belau National Musuem

The Belau National Museum ( BNM ) is a non-profit semi-autonomous agency. Established in 1955, it is the oldest museum in Micronesia. Originally occupying a small Japanese era building near the police station, in 1955 the museum relocated to the first floor of the former Japanese Administration Weather Bureau. Its New Permanent home was opened in 2005.

Indoor Exhibits

Historical Timeline
Spain Exhibit
Germany Exhibit
Japan Exhibit
USA Exhibit
Taiwanese Aborigines
Palauan Art
Palauan Canoes
Past Exhibits
Temporary Exhibit: Evolution of the Palauan Storyboard

Outdoor Exhibits

Bai er a Ngesechel a Cherechar
Botanical Garden
Peace Memorial
President Remeliik Memorial
Dugong (Mesekiu) Sculpture
Lilly Pond (Telelluk)
Canoe House (Diangel)
Stone Platform (Olbed)
Taro Patch (Mesei)
Water Tank Pictoral
WW II Relics (Klekedall er a Mekemad)


  • Explore unlimited exhibits for the day


  • Food and Beverages
  • Souvenirs

Additional Information

Address Belau National Museum, Koror, Palau 96940
Non-Resident Adult Price $10
Non-Resident Child Price $5
Monday - Friday Opening Times 9:00am - 5:00pm
Saturday Opening Times 10:00am - 5:00pm
Sunday Opening Times 1:00pm - 5:00pm

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