273 Adam Standers Rd, Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe

Livingstone city and market tour


Transfers Not Included



Disabled Friendly

Duration: 4 hrs


Established in 1934, the Livingstone Museum is the oldest and largest of the four museums in Zambia. Located in Livingstone, the tourist capital of Zambia, it is situated near the famous Victoria Falls. The museum is a multidisciplinary institution that features collections and exhibits related to archaeology, ethnography, history, and various branches of natural history, including mammalogy, ornithology, entomology, ichthyology, herpetology, and botany. The Livingstone Museum houses an extensive archaeological collection, including mine finds of the World Broken Hill Man. It also serves as the main reference collection on Zambia’s biodiversity and has a rich ethnographic collection dating back to the early 20th century. Visitors can explore a vast collection of explorer David Livingstone’s memorabilia, access a rich archival collection, and peruse one of the oldest libraries in the country. Following the museum tour, clients can embark on a city tour of Livingstone with commentary, highlighting the city’s historical landmarks. The tour stops at major historical buildings before transferring visitors to the Curio market, a bustling marketplace for locals. The market offers a wide range of products, from bright chitenge (local fabric) to bags made from various trees, bracelets, and African maps featuring the big five animals.



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