Given the small number of reviews on Trip Advisor, and not a single recent review, this gem is obviously not on the radar screen for the majority of visitors to Nairobi. But it should be. It features the story of Joe Murumbi, prominent Kenyan leader and early promoter of African art, and his wife, Sheila. Part of their vast collection is on display here - art, jewelry, fabrics, books, postage stamps and other artifacts. The written placards are helpful, and we also enjoyed hearing about both Joe Murumbi and the museum building itself from a friendly and knowledgeable guide prior to embarking on our self-guided tour. There are also original pieces by various African artists for sale. We purchased a painting, and the staff took great care in packaging it for us to take home. Highly recommend a visit! We spent about 2 hours there. Important - check out the ticketing process ahead of time. Kenya has recently implemented a new cashless system for visiting the various national museums, and there are some kinks that need to be worked out. Make sure you bring your passport!