The Khama III Memorial Museum – named after Seretse’s father, who died when Seretse was young – is housed in a red Victorian building, recently restored, and containing a fascinating collection of furniture, uniforms, correspondence and photographs that chronicle the legacy of the Khama family, and the history of Serowe.
The Khama Museum is located on the northwest side of Serowe’s central hill, a few metres uphill from the striking historical landmark, Thataganyane Rock. The first LMS church stands nearby, as do the ruins of the missionaries’ houses.
To reach Serowe, one must travel by road: bus, kombi, or car. At the central mall take the tarred road leading north to Orapa. Proceed 300 metres and turn right at the sign for the Museum.