Market in Lusaka

Lusaka City Market

Fronted by the chaotic and congested eponymously-named bus station as well as a veritable Maginot-line of sidewalk vendors, reaching the entrance to the Lusaka City Market is an achievement in and of itself. Unfortu…
Zoo in Lusaka

Munda Wanga Environmental Park

Munda Wanga Environmental Park rehabilitates all sorts of animals for re-entry into the wild, including rarely seen pangolins and owls used for black magic (there's also a breeding program for genets and cerval cats…
Museum in Lusaka

National Museum

This big square box of a building resembling a Soviet-era Moscow ministry is not much more than a shell of a museum. The decade-long plan to renovate the upstairs galleries to include exhibitions on urban culture an…
Gallery in Lusaka

Namwandwe Gallery

Home to the impressive private collection of businessman and patron of the arts John Kapotwe, some of the best contemporary Zambian and African art (paintings, sculptures, masks and fabrics), both of established and…
Statue in Lusaka

Freedom Statue

The Freedom Statue, just around the corner from the museum, is dedicated to freedom fighters and those who lost their lives in the struggle for Zambia’s independence. The depiction of a man breaking his chains symbo…
Monument in Lusaka

Fallen Heroes