many types of snakes, lizard are here. you can see black cobra, red cobra, big lizard, reptiles, tortoise etc
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If you have a sincere interest in all creatures great and small (and creepy) then you will enjoy the snake exhibit for what it is - a display of a few snakes and so forth. We were particularly keen to be able to see some...More
Our group stayed there for over an hour, watching the snakes and other reptiles. Having a little snake phobia, I could only watch for so long. The walled, open air pens were the most fascinating, but the enclosed cages gave a good look at dangerous...More
The Snake park is practically part of the Nairobi National Museun, but you have to pay extra, if you want to visit it. Unfortunatelly you can't see much of the snakes, as the windows haven't been cleaned since ages. Better avoid it...
Since I was at the Nairobi Museum, I visited the Snake Park because it's right next door, and because I really wanted to see the mambas and cobras. The snake specimen at the Snake Park are wonderful, but the habitats are dismal. Only the crocodile...More
The Snake Park is a good place to get acquainted with the reptiles of Kenya. Of particular interest were the cobra and mamba snakes. While the exhibits are somewhat old fashioned they are informative and we enjoyed the visit. We also had an opportunity to...More
This experience was not worth the extra cost to visit whilst at the museum. I have seen better in Australia although the snakes and tortoises were different.
This is definitely very well kept, and the staff know what they are talking about. Its a bit creepy if you don't like crawlies... but the kids love it! The National Museum shares the same space - its great too! Also if you are lucky...More
Easily accessible and fun for kids and adults too. They have variety (snakes, Crocs and aquarium area). Took my almost 3 yrs old niece and 6 yrs old nephew, they did not want to leave which earned me some "Cool Auntie" points.