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The king's palace, like the royal palace, is very modest. The visit offers its visitors a unique look into a few pages of Rwanda's history. It is nice to combine this visit with the visit to the royal palace.
The King’s Palace Museum is a must-see to learn some pre-colonial and colonial history of Rwanda. The cost is 6,000 Rwandan francs, which is about $7. The price includes a guide. My guide was very knowledgeable and eagerly took photographs of me at various photo...More
Well informed guide explained the history and expansion of Rwanda together with how the original kings palace was designed and used. The 1930’s building was interesting but the starts of the show were undoubtedly the long horn cattle
The King's palace in Nyanza province is about 2.5hours from Kigali city. Located in a cool and serene environment, the palace is a gallery that takes you back to what the King's lifestyle was in the traditional setup up until the modern days. The helpful...More
Nice place for relax, enjoyment, meeting and workshop! Bavarages and meal are so cheep! I would advise every body who likes to have funny and for mind relax to step in this area and let his/her mind enjoy the climate!
The king moved into a modern palace in the 1930s after the colonialization, and it still stands in perfect form, minus the furniture that was looted in the genocide. You cannot take photos inside, but there is a nice historic theme carrying from the time...More
Excellently maintained traditional and mordern King's homesteads. Rich history as narrated by Isaac. The King's herd are as healthy as could be and impressively obedient to the call of their herdsman each responding to its name individually.
Everything about the King's palace gives a feel...More
The entrance fee was 6000Rwf (£6) which included a guide. We were taken to the reconstructed traditional home of the King and given a talk on court etiquette. We entered the house and we're shown the various areas including the kings bed. Following this we...More
Please come and visit the palace. When you arrive, remember they charge each photographic equipment including camera and cell phone. A guide from a reception will escort you and explain to you all the historic house, history, culture. I love to see the royal cattle,...More
We showed up and paid our fee at the small office and were taken on a private guided tour for just the four of us. It was very worthwhile to pay extra in the office so that I could take photos in the old palace...More