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It was set up after the August 7th bomb blast in Nairobi. It used to house the American Embassy in Nairobi. Its a place to think and reflect on the importance of peace and co-existence. Visitors can view a shot video in regards to how this happened...more
I had visited this park as part of a walking tour through Nairobi. It was a nice break from the hectic city. The park was small but it was well done as a memorial to the tragic bombing of the American embassy in 1998. There...More
If you could only visit one site in Kenya, this is it. A museum, a memorial park, a memorial wall and the quiet. The mission statement says 'a place where the public would be educated about the futility of violence and the essence of peace.'...More
Great place to have a quiet time for thyself or with a group of friends.Great place to meditate and have personal reflections.Location is central as it is in the heart of the City.Lovely scenery and monument.
We visited the place just our short tour to Nairobi the Kenya Capital with Ancient Wild Safaris the place is just after the Kenyatta International Convention Center the view point, there At the Memorial park there is so much movies and stories telling how the...More
Unlike the Jeevanjee gardens this park is calm and quite. You pay 20 cents at the entrance for park maintenance but it's worth it. The other good thing about this place is that it's located in a very secure and convenient place.
This place is a honor of the 1998 US embassy bombing in Nairobi, Kenya. It is a place to offer tribute to the loss of people from many countries who lost their lives serving in the great cooperative house, American embassy, and even the citizens,...More