The Archives show photos and give information about all the various tribes of Kenya and their traditional lives. It's a very informative and educational exhibition.
Completely disorganized. Disappointing. If it was not Government funded, I am not sure how it would still survive. However, if you are a researcher, you could scramble through things and find a lot of unorganized but valuable information.
This is a super location for photographs with the amazing columns and beautiful front door. If you're interested in researching Kenya's early history, this is the place to go (with McMillan Memorial Library running a close second).
The name of this place is a misnomer. You go to see the African Art collection of a former politician who bequeathed his art to the museum. Very interesting masks and other objects from all over Africa. Small but interesting. They sell the last ticket at 4:30 PM but are happy to let you look around until 5:30 PM.
the lighting is poor and no guide available for any info. the display is dirty and unkempt. some of the displays look vandalized. assistance sought was not forthcoming.
What is this I hear about Kenya?What is the history behind the East African countries?Where can I find more information concerning African communities?What shaped Kenya and the rest of Africa to be what it is today? I need to know more about the Kenyan communities.Where can I find all this information and much more?..Ans:The Kenya National Archives
National Archives is a beautiful building in city center . It has rich history. Not just of Kenya but also of other African countries like Ethiopia, Uganda and Tansania. If you are a stamp collector, you will love whats available.
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