Our second time visiting this museum, and very worthwhile. What made the visit really interesting to us was that the guide, a young lady who certainly knew her history, took us first, before we visited the house, to sit under the trees in the garden, where she gave us a history of Karen Blixen, her life in Kenya, her writing and her painting. This set the context and made the visit much more interesting.
The house itself is beautiful, well kept and is furnished with a mixture of authentic and non-authentic but contemporary pieces. A piece of old Kenya which remains, and which speaks to you.
To note - no photography is permitted inside the house.