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The Nairobi National Museum is the flagship brand for the National Museums of Kenya. Located on Museum Hill, the museum showcases Kenya's rich Heritage with four distinct themes representing Kenya's Culture, Nature, History and Contemporary...more
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Very impressed by the history that was retold from colonial times, through independence struggle to the current history. A guide is provided and they happen to be University Interns who are very knowledgeable of the history. The photos of the struggle, railway construction with Indian...More
I read so many reviews of this place that I was really excited about going. When I got there, however, I was pretty disappointed at what was on offer. The only cool thing was seeing a stuffed honey badger. Those things are awesome.
I spent about two hours at the National Museum and very much enjoyed my visit and the displays I thought were very well done and informative. I had a little hard time reading some of them in the section that showed the evolution of humans,...More
We were a bit surprised by the cost of going in, as other reviewers have mentioned. The cost is on par with many of the great museums in America, where you would expect to spend a few hours, half a day, or even a full...More
Located next to the snake park (one minute walk away through a little garden, buy combined ticket for ksh 1200) this modern museum offers a great experience. A collection of mammals, a colorful collection of birds, much artwork and a large section on the history...More
Cost us $10 each way by taxi, entrance cost was $12 each, the cafe was a total disaster, do not,I repeat, do not eat there. My husband ordered the fried fish, goodness knows how old and recycled the oil was but the fish arrived crispy...More
This is a quiet and green place in Nairobi, you also can visit a snake park here. The museum is not big, but they have several sections with different topics for nature (Birds of East Africa, Great Hall of Mammals), culture (Cycle of Life), history...More