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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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This is an excellent museum with excellent guides It will give you a thorough background on Kenya and its tribes--without being deadline. When you go out into Kenya you will have a much better understanding of what you are experenicing
From this museum I've learnt a lot about the history of Kenyan people and wildlife. The wide range of wildlife species especially birds was very educative, most of this birds I have never seen elsewhere.
This is a very good museum right in the middle of Nairobi. The stuff on display was really interesting things. Perhaps the most interesting one is the one about the origin of Homo Sapiens, which was originated in this region. This museum has a very...More
Its one of the most informative places at Nairobi about Kenya , Culture , Animals and the human race . 1200 kenyan Shillings is cost for Both National Museum and Snake Park which is co-located .
My suggestions pl take a guide from the reception...More
A nice place to spend a few hours. The museum is large and at the outset you can opt for a guide if you wish. If not, you a free to wander around freely.
The museum wasn't busy when we went and was fairly peaceful....More
With some time to kill in Nairobi, we visited the museum. Fantastic facility. Learned so much, and the displays were very informative. The vast number and types of collections was impressive. The staff were helpful and friendly. I was very pleased to see that the...More
Although I did not visit inside of the museum being late at the place, I attended a special programme arranged outside of the museum. We were welcomed by tribal men and women at the entrance and also we could see a nice performance from them....More