This museum was a quick stop while sightseeing through the city of Lusaka. It is two floors; one floor was an art student exhibition, while the second the more permanent exhibitions. The second floor exhibits need some TLC and look worn out. The parts on the Zambian political history were interesting but lengthy and lack any interaction whatsoever. The best... 更多
Not many exhibits, easy for a quick walk-through. Still, an informative experience, as I have had trouble finding info on the history of Zambia online (other than wiki).
It is a building of 1970 that seems to need updating. The view of history does not use modern technologies. You can find local handicrafts souvenirs to remember the trip.
This is a must attraction or place to go to when visiting Lusaka so that you can have an understanding how the history and culture of Zambians has evolved overtime. The place is very accessible and can be reached using public transportation. You can go with your friends or just by yourself and your camera without making any reservation. The... 更多
This museum has rich history and is conviently located, however it could do better to steer people towards its direction to educate the population about the countries heritage for he sake of posterity.
The museum has an informative and indepth display that isn't too skimpy yet doesn't overwhelm. Its an imposing building next to the main government complex in town. A metal sculpture stature sits outside. The staff are very friendly as are most Zambians.The entrance fee is only five kwacha which is about half a dollar currently. Could change depending on exchange... 更多
Good place for both local and foreign visitors.The museum gives one insight on zambia and its heritage.Though place needs alot of historical things to be added
whether youre a tourist or a local the museum is one of the best places to discover the history of the country and look through the window and see the past.