The Belau National Museum was established in 1955, the oldest museum in Micronesia. The museum is located on Koror Island and includes Palauan cultural items including bead and shell money, carved story boards and other local artifacts and bai (communal meeting center). Also the mounted head of a 15' crocodile, the largest ever found on the island. Their World War II collection is displayed outdoors and includes Japanese aerial bomb casings.
Japanese Type 88 75mm anti-aircraft gun
Japanese Type 98 20mm anti-aircraft gun
Gun and gun mount
Japanese 25mm anti-aircraft gun Type 96 (Twin mount)
Displayed at the museum
Belau National Museum Official Website (archived via Wayback Machine from 2012)