The National Museums Board is a statutory body created by an Act of Parliament, Chapter 174, of the Laws of Zambia. The Board’s principal role is to contribute to the national development effort through the establishment, development and management of sustainable museums for the preservation, ...
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The Choma Museum and Craft Centre was established in 1988. The  institution is a development project combining economic and cultural objectives.
The Moto Moto Museum was officially opened to the Public in 1974.  The History of Moto Moto Museum dates back to the 1950s when a French Canadian Catholic Priest Jean Jacques Corbeil of the White Fathers began collecting cultural artifacts in the Northern part of Northern Rhodesia (Now Zambia). 
Background: The Copperbelt Museum was established in 1962 by a steering committee of civic and mine leaders. The goal was to establish a living museum thus a gallery of natural history with emphasis on ecology, geology, mining and local history.
The Livingstone Museum is located in the heart of the city of Livingstone.  Established in 1934, the Livingstone Museum is the oldest and largest of the four national museums in the country
In the early 1980s a large, representative museum building was raised on a prime location in the center of the City of Lusaka. The building complex, a joint effort of the Government of the Republic of Zambia and the People's Republic of China, was primarily meant to house a National Political ...
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The National Museums Board of Zambia is a statutory body created through an Act of Parliament, Chapter 174, of the Laws of Zambia with the principal role of collecting, documenting, preserving and presenting Zambia’s movable heritage for public benefit, education and enjoyment. It is mandated to establish, develop and sustainably manage museums in Zambia.

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