- Independence Avenue, Nasser Road, Kamwala
Lusaka Museum, which started as the National Political Museum, is now a cultural history institution specialising in Ethnography, Art, Archaeology, and History. It officially opened its doors to the public in October 1996.
The museum features two galleries:
- The lower gallery is a temporal exhibition of space in which contemporary art highlighting the way of life of Zambian people through paintings, sculptures and models is exhibited.
- The upper gallery tells the story of Zambia's history and development from its prehistoric past to modern times. There is also a youth's educational program carried out on the upper tier. Opening Hours: 0900 - 1600 Price: 2,000k (Resident) 10,000k (Non-resident)