The section holds over 10,000 bird specimens, representing over 90% of Zambia's recorded bird species. The section also holds a small egg collection.
The section, established in the 1960s, houses about 5,000 mammal specimens from different parts of Zambia, mostly in form of skins and skulls.
The section is the custodian of materials related to the traditional culture and the history of the people of Zambia.
The section contains the largest collection of cultural artifacts in Zambia, making up a total of over 12,000 collections.
The section holds about 10,000 site collections with over 350,000 archaeological artifacts from stone age to the iron age periods from all over Zambia.
The Museum holds the national collections in Archaeology, Ethnography, Art, History and various branches of Natural History.
One of the biggest events to have taken place in Livingstone was the United Nations World Tourism Organization Conference that took place in Livingstone, Zambia and Victoria Falls Town of Zimbabwe, from 24th to 29th August 2013.
The centre offers refreshments in the form of soft drinks and bottled water and serves as a resting place after a walk around in the galleries.