The Tourist Information Center has display panels on each of the ten protected areas in the lowveld/Lubombo area, and a display on the Eco Lubombo Project which links the reserves through extensive hiking trails. Touchscreen computers provide a searchable species checklist for animal lovers, as well as information on accommodation and community projects. This is the only tourist information centre in Swaziland specialising in the lowveld and Lubombo.
Gift Shop & Cafe
The museum has a small gift shop promoting Swazi cloth and regional craft. It opens onto a veranda with seating for thirty, where visitors can have tea and coffee, soft drinks, freshly crushed sugarcane juice and snacks.
The museum is extremely child-friendly and includes a playground with a jungle gym and a sand-pit, as well as a working horse drawn crusher, salvaged from around the 1880s, now modified for use by people. Inside the museum, a clue based ‘treasure hunt’ game, including two hidden chambers that must be discovered for completion, will fascinate older children. For adult enthusiasts, there are several examples of vintage farm machinery, including a steam engine and the chance to crush your own sugarcane juice using antique machinery.