Things to know about the SEYCHELLES NATIONAL ARCHIVES:

The National Archives of the Seychelles has a mandate to preserve the rich history of Seychelles and to preserve and display valuable government records. The archive's collection dates back to the early 1770s when the first people arrived in Seychelles. A large collection of photographs from times gone by is also kept here.

The custodians over the soul of Seychelles' history, the researchers, are friendly and efficient and will make your stay at the National Archives a pleasant and informative one.

Opening hours:
Monday - Friday 08.00 - 16.00
Saturday 09.00 - 12.00
Sunday and holiday closed

From the Clocktower in a southerly direction via Francis Rachel Road onto Stadium Car Park.
From here, follow Francis Rachel Street on foot. The National Library is located between the car park and the roundabout with the Unity Monument.
Between 5th June Avenue and Francis Rachel Avenue. Next to the Carrefour des Arts.

From the bus station, head east on Palm Street and turn south on 5th June Avenue. Straight across the roundabout with the Bicentennial Monument and just before the next roundabout with the Unity Monument, the National Library is on the right hand side of the road.

Seychelles National Archives

The following Payment methods are accepted:
Cash only

Karl Schnürch
Author: Karl Schnürch

In 2007 I started the website to write everything I experienced from my head. Since then I have been constantly optimizing and expanding to eventually present a complete picture of Seychelles on this site.

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