I have visited Nairobi National Museum this is really nice place the things in modern as well as old age they have in this mesuem
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Delightfully accessible educational asset in central Nairobi with lots of snakes including big ones to hold as well as crocs and outdoor gardens lots of exhibits both artistic and the whole history from pre colonial until post independence with inclusive guided tour from knowledgeable and...More
This was one of very many times I have visited the Nairobi national museum. There are several galleries of interest. If you start on the left side of the reception, you will begin with the artwork galleries. The bird of Kenya/east africa gallery is amazing...More
Wonderful museum about the history of man and Kenya in general. The millions of year old skeletons were a particular highlight along with the snake park. Go on a weekend to avoid the traffic and best to walk around at your on pace, everything is...More
We enjoyed our slow meander through the museum. it was impressively laid out and informative. There were many students visiting the museum with their teachers - different ages; different schools; different uniforms. We had lunch at the museum's cafe. it was delicious and reasonably priced.
a bit pricey for non residents if youre on a budget and you will need a cab to get there, but there are some great stories and objects and huge animals (stuffed) to look at, and the birds are extraordinary and amazing, and where else...More
Great exhibitions, very educative, a great journey through Kenyan and East African history. The cocodriles and snakes section is really old and kind of sad (I felt really bad about the animals),there are no guards and I saw several visitors bothering the crocodiles. The restaurant...More
The National Museum of Kenya really is worth a trip especially for its artefact collection. Take your time to immerse yourself in hundreds of years of traditional plant and animal use!
The Nairobi Museum has a great natural history collection and does some great art exhibitions. However as the National museum it is a bit lack lustre. I was a bit put off that we were kicked out of a gallery so the cleaners could do...More