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This popular museum contains Zambia’s oldest collection of fascinating samples from the area’s prehistory, as well as photographs, musical instruments and memorabilia belonging to Livingstone, the first white man to view Victoria Falls.
All reviews david livingstone original letters political history worth a visit on display stuffed animals village life great overview personal items interesting place local culture personal belongings hand written couple of hours entry fee two hours victoria falls
It is a nice museum but I was expecting more on the life of David Livingstone which was contained mostly in one room near the end of the tour. Mostly it is to do with the natural history of the area which is very good...More
The Museum is run by a dedicated and helpful staff who deserve better by their government ministry. I have visited this museum over the years and sad to say it could do with a makeover in some departments especially the David Livingstone exhibition ,its namesake!...More
Visited the museum out of curiosity more than anything. At the beginning, one felt a bit patronizing toward it due to the less-than-pristine show cases and fixings. However the more one wandered through and read the information on offer, the more fascinating the visit became....More
It covers David Livingstone but also is a natural history museum of the southern Zambian region.
Very reasonably priced. I had a tour guide assigned to me (I didn't request one) but he was very helpful and I tipped him at the end.
When you have the falls and other attraction to see you really must like history to go here. It does have lots of memorabilia about Stanley Livingston. So if you like history if. Don’t miss the curio markets
If you have a free morning or afternoon in Livingstone, the museum is worth a visit to learn more about Dr Livingstone and Zambian history. Good to combine with a trip to the craft market to buys any curios.
Response from Julene2015 | Reviewed this property |
Open every day think only closed only on Christmas Day and New year