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Copperbelt Museum, Ndola

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Explore the local industry history at Copperbelt Museum,which highlights a variety of fields. Ideal for families, the museum invites you to discover the history of local mining and the copperbelt, or study the history of the local jewelry trade. Staff are eager to help with any questions, and they often deliver extra knowledge about the collection. The site features areas for children as well as picnic benches. Plan a Ndola trip in moments using our itinerary builder.
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  • Small museum in downtown Ndola. Ground floor is devoted to the mining industry. Great if you’re into minerals and gemstones. Upstairs is a hotchpotch of exhibits: stuffed birds, wire toys, and... 
    Small museum in downtown Ndola. Ground floor is devoted to the mining industry. Great if you’re into minerals and gemstones. Upstairs is a hotchpotch of exhibits: stuffed birds, wire toys, and...  more »
  • 100 kwacha entrance fee per person. Inside a shop, the guide with just a few knowledge , dusty, some insects , some stuffed animals, some tools, very poor. Interesting scarry human suit for local... 
    100 kwacha entrance fee per person. Inside a shop, the guide with just a few knowledge , dusty, some insects , some stuffed animals, some tools, very poor. Interesting scarry human suit for local...  more »
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  • Great displays of modern and ancient art depicting the copperbelt mines and crafts
  • Small but interesting museum. Very African and different to museums in Europe. Worth a visit. Entrence costs 50 ZMW (currently about $5) for tourists and 10 ZMW for locals. Kids pay reduced prices. There is also a local restaurant hidden in the museum. The restaurant serves local dishes (Nsima with different side dishes). The chicken was amazing and the prices are very fair (about 30 ZMW for Chicken, Nsima, two small vegetable side dishes and a drink).

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