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Nicely done exhibits. Many looked hand made. The museum is on the upper level balcony. While we were there, a meeting of the local YMCA and YWCA children were having a meeting. We got to enjoy their tribal dances and songs. Allow an hour.
There is a lot to read in this museum - very informative about the history of Zambia and some nice village scenes. I really enjoyed the art exhibition by a local artist on the ground floor and enjoyed reading about Tazara, the railway line to...More
We had a good time here with our personal guide who thoroughly explained each exhibit and taught us history. Evidently evolotion is a government-mandated position as they emphasize it heavily (a major "evolutionary" find was made un Zambia). As with all arts and culture endeavors...More
Shocking that a facility in the capital city does not have card payment facility in 2018. The reception staff also seemed unexcited. It is in general wasted opportunity for the infrastructure that is there.
Ok - I'm not going to lie and say this is the most well-resourced and comprehensive museum ever, and there is definitely not much in the way of art to see (aside from the giant statue outside), but...if you read all of the exhibits, you...More
The whole museum exists on just one floor of the building. There is very little to see. It is designed so that you walk from poster to poster reading about Zambian history and culture, but there aren't many interesting artefacts to look at. Probably not...More