In implementing our Public Programmes, the Moto Moto Museum does not work in isolation but involves the community in all our programming. The Museum collaborates with schools in the running of History and Environmental Conservation Clubs in Mbala.
In implementing our Public Programmes, the Moto Moto Museum does not work in isolation but involves the community in all our programming.
HIV/AIDS workshops at Kawimbe and Mwamba for Traditional counsilors.
Moto Moto is locatd about 3.5km from Mbala town and is open daily from 09.00 to 16.45 hours Sunday to Monday except on New Year and Christmas Day.
The Museum would like to partner with the general public, the corporate world and well wishers to enable us successfully improve and implement our public programmes.We need commercial sponsorship to improve on our exhibitions, research and information and dissemination.
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).
In addition to the permanent exhibitions, temporary exhibitions on particular themes and topical issues are set up in the temporary exhibition gallery from time to time
The Gallery presents the story of Dr David Livingstone. The main themes include Livingstone's early life, his missionary work at Khuruman, his early travels to Lake Ngami and the upper Zambezi River, his Trans-African journey on which he became the first white man to see the Falls known to the local people as Musi-oa-Tunya or Shuungu-na-mutitima, which he named "Victoria Falls".
The gallery takes the visitor on a fascinating journey through the history of Zambia from 1550 to 2001. The exhibition pays attention to the earliest historical evidence, focusing on the origins of the people in Zambia, early chiefdoms and Kingdoms, early contacts with the people of the outside world, European explorations and missionary activities in Zambia.