The Natural History Museum is located on the ground floor of the Mauritius Institute Building, right in front of the Jardin de la Compagnie, in the heart of the City of Port Louis
The National History Museum is situated at Mahebourg, in a fine park extending to about 12 acres, on the bank of River La Chaux. It is housed in Chateau Gheude (also known as Maison Robillard), an old French colonial country house built around 1772 and presently listed as a national heritage.
The Robert Edward Hart Memorial Museum is located in the newly renovated coral bungalow (La Nef) by the seashore at Souillac.
The Sookdeo Bissoondoyal Memorial Museum is located on the main road in the village of Tyack, RiviÃf¨re des Anguilles. It is found in the house where Sookdeo Bissoondoyal was born.
The Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam Memorial Centre for Culture is situated at 87, Desforges Street, Plaine Verte, discretely nested inside the very heart of the commercial centre in Port Louis.
The Frederik Hendrik Museum is located on the south-east coast of Mauritius. It is situated at the Vieux Grand Port Historic Site, the cradle of Mauritian History. This is the site of the first human settlement in Mauritius.
The Mauritius Postal Museum is located in an old stone building, adjacent to the Post Office Building, along the motorway in Port Louis. This 18th century building also served as Civil Hospital in the past and is now listed as a National heritage.
The Museum of Indian Immigration is located at the Mahatma Gandhi Institute, in Moka. It was opened on 11 March 1991. The displays of the Museum of Indian Immigration were reorganised in 2006.
ThePeopling of Mauritius Museum is a new Museum situated at Rue Honlondais, Pointe Canon.