Museum building turns 60
November 28, 2015 12:17 am
The Fiji Museum is today celebrating 60 years of existence of its building, which houses some of the greatest Fijian history.
This is coinciding with its annual Open Day.
Museum Director, Adi Mere Tui, says their last open day was held in June due to the renovations that were being carried out.
“The renovation that we just finished is for the rest rooms – we have to male, two female and also disabled access – disabled room and a storage room – so more storage space in our archeology department. So it’s take a couple of months since July to October. So we are happy to finally have it done. So now that we finished this we hoping to move on to our next renovation which is the front of the museum.”
The public are being treated to a guided tour of the museum, mat weaving, masi and pottery making demonstrations.