Monument Sites


Museum visit Emerging from the heart of Zambia, the Lusaka National Museum stands as a testament to the rich
history and vibrant culture of this captivating nation. Located in the busting city of Lusaka, the museum serves as
an enlightening voyage through time, narrating the nation’s evolving narrative from its ancient roots to its modern


Chilenje House 394, located in Chilenje, Lusaka, Zambia a Museum, a house in which Dr Kenneth Kaunda lived from
January 1960 to December 1962. He later became the first president of Zambia. From this house, he directed the
struggle for independence of Zambia, which was finally achieved on 24th October.

Visit this authentic village consisting of huts which were built in the 1930s and 1940s by the colonial government,
to house single men who left their families behind to work in Lusaka. Later in the 1970s the government
demolished most the huts to replace them with flats. In the 1974, the center was purchased by the Zambian
government to preserve the region’s traditional lifestyle, following the adage: ‘’a nation without cultural is dead’’.
the place was turned into a cultural center (The Kabwata Visual Arts and Cultural Association) and 43 huts
(Rondavels) were saved. It is now a Zambian national monument, giving you the feel of village life in colonial times.
Artists from all over Zambia are now found here. This is one of the best places in Zambia to find some local curios.

Embassy park presidential burial site, commonly referred to as Embassy park or Embassy Memorial par, is a
national monument in Lusaka, Zambia it serves as the official burial place for the country’s presidents and is a site
of immense historical and cultural significance.

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