Based in Francistown, Botswana, Supa Ngwao Museum is the only museum in the country which features an array of exhibits that depict the heritage of the Batswana and Kalanga people of the town itself. The museum has photos and traditional craftwork, its collection also includes farming equipment, manufactured pots, hand woven baskets and indigenous music instruments from Botswana. All inclusive, the Supa-Ngwao Museum comprises of three sections that include the museum, an information centre, and a craft shop.
The museum also houses the Haskins Archives, which is an archive that features a detailed history of Francistown. It also offers visitors a variety of guided walking tours of the city of Francistown; these cover many of the city's heritage sites.
It is open to members of the public through bookings made at least 24 hours in advance from Monday to Friday at 08h00am until 13h00pm and again at 14h00pm until 17h00pm. It is open on Saturdays at 09h00am until 17h30pm.