A visit to any of the Zambian Museums is an eye opener if you wanted to have a look at the country’s natural and cultural heritage. The museums exist for the purpose of preserving, interpreting, protecting and managing of Zambia’s historical relics and the country’s heritage. The museums are a window into the country’s historical past and culture.livingstone-museum.html
Of the Zambian museums, the biggest are the Moto Moto museum in Mbala, the Copper belt museum in Ndola, the Lusaka museum in Lusaka and the Livingstone museum in Livingstone.
One of the museums historical findings are from the Kalambo Falls, which indicates the oldest evidence of the use of fire by man south of the Sahara.
Moto Moto Museum
When the new museum is constructed, its focus will shift to the preservation and presentation of Zambia’s Scientific and technological heritage. This will be a big development to the Zambian museums.
Lusaka National MuseumIt was officially opened to the public in October 1996. Lusaka Museum is a Cultural History institution specializing in;
Lusaka National Museum
Choma Museum and Craft Centre
Livingstone MuseumThe Livingstone City boasts of the oldest museum in the country with the oldest library of all the Zambian museums. It has a collection relating to the archaeology and natural history of southern Africa. The Livingstone Museum has on display African prehistorical and historical artifacts, and memorabilia related to Scottish missionary David Livingstone and his exploration of the region in the 1850s.
The Zambia Institute of Marketing (ZIM) was the brainchild of a small number of Zambian enthusiastic marketers.
Chirundu town is found at about 95 kilometers from Kafue town or 139 kilometers from Lusaka City. Chirundu town is at the border with Zambia and Zimbabwe.
As of 24 February 2017 Chipata became a city, making a total of five cities in Zambia, namely Lusaka, Kitwe, Ndola and Livingstone!