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Copperbelt Museum

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Mohamed Imthiaz wrote a review Sep 2019
Emirate of Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates25 contributions13 helpful votes
This is a simple museum containing artifacts, rocks samples and parts of old machinery and equipment used to refine copper. It is located in the old copper belt of Ndola where copper mining and refining thrived in the past and even in the present. The museum reminds you the important revenue source for the Zambian economy and how it all started.
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Date of experience: October 2018
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Daniel M wrote a review Jan 2019
Solwezi, Zambia12 contributions4 helpful votes
Saw some great pieces and historic items but I feel more could be added to their gallery. It wasnt as rich I hoped it would. Also no photographs allow.
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Date of experience: November 2018
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Keyur Panchal wrote a review Aug 2017
Zambia244 contributions29 helpful votes
the only museum on copperbelt, has a lot of informations with regrads to the histor and very intresting
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Date of experience: February 2017
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David P wrote a review Jun 2017
19 contributions5 helpful votes
The Copperbelt museum is not easily spotted in Ndola town centre, and I walked past at first mistaking it for a curio shop. Once inside and upstairs there are many interesting artefacts and crafts. It doesn't take long before heading downstairs for geology examples for the region. The museum is ok to kill 30-40 minutes, but it needs more work before it can truly build on it's potential, the only way for it to do that is to increase its patronage, so spend a few minutes here if travelling to Ndola.
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Date of experience: June 2017
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Carol K wrote a review Sep 2016
27 contributions3 helpful votes
When you in ndola or you stay here, it's a good place to take your children to,they is a lot to learn, birds, minerals, stone age tools and many more
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Date of experience: June 2016
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