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Freddie Mercury Museum

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Freddie Mercury Museum

737 Reviews
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Zanzibar: Private Stone Town Walking Tour

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It’s fascinating to explore historic Stone Town—a UNESCO World Heritage Site—but it’s easy to lose your way in the area’s maze-like, narrow streets. To stay oriented and ensure you don’t miss key highlights, join a private guide with deep knowledge of local culture. It’s fully personalized to your preferences, whether you’re shopping for local textiles, interested in history, or learning about Stone Town’s unique architecture.
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Manuela wrote a review 10 Jan
Bucharest, Romania2 contributions
Doesn’t worth visiting, they only have some photos and texts that most probably can be found on wikipedia. But I guess every person visiting Zanzibar want to visit Freddie Mercury so called museum. Anyway.
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Date of experience: January 2021
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Cimbi wrote a review 09 Jan
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Complete ripoff. He may have been born here, sure, you can well imagine him strolling the streets and having a dip in the ocean aross the street like other kids in dusty Stone Town. This part is indeed romantic. As for the 'musem' itself: nothing to see apart from a couple of photos of Farrokh/Freddie you can download off the net in no time. The souvenirs, as such are low in quality and high in price (especially for Zanzbar standards). Save yourself some 50+ dollars ad take a photo from the outside.
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Date of experience: January 2021
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Marilise Van Eck wrote a review 02 Jan
319 contributions16 helpful votes
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It was a experience of note. It reminded me of the movie and it was great to experience a little of Freddie’s life in that room. All the photos and quotes was spot on. Was this worth the visit yes for sure will be something that we will always remember.
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Date of experience: January 2021
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Jan V wrote a review Dec 2020
Sofia, Bulgaria6 053 contributions1 101 helpful votes
Not really impressive. A simple condo covered with pictures. I think after a prominent figure as Freddie a lot more could have been elaborated. Further it's to be found on a fussy street, full of intruders.
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Date of experience: December 2020
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Jonah V wrote a review Nov 2020
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I was quite disappointed with this “musuem”. It contained a few neat little items, but mostly it was just a bunch of quotes from Freddie Mercury that were printed out and framed. The whole exhibit can be walked through in 5 minutes
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Date of experience: November 2020
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