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August 7th Memorial Park

Moi Avenue/Hail Selassie Junction, Nairobi, Kenya
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It was set up after the August 7th bomb blast in Nairobi. It used to house the American Embassy in Nairobi
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  • Terrible4%
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Moi Avenue/Hail Selassie Junction, Nairobi, Kenya
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Reviewed 28 March 2017

We visited the place just our short tour to Nairobi the Kenya Capital with Ancient Wild Safaris the place is just after the Kenyatta International Convention Center the view point, there At the Memorial park there is so much movies and stories telling how the...More

Thank salesancient W
Reviewed 14 March 2017

Once you get into the memorial park its just calm and quiet its very nice place to relax.Inside the busy Nairobi so lovely.

Thank qudrahnizar
Reviewed 22 February 2017

If you are tired of walking, this is the place to visit and sit I once took a nap there and no one touched me - but be careful not to leave your valuables unattended

Thank Tabiii
Reviewed 30 January 2017 via mobile

Unlike the Jeevanjee gardens this park is calm and quite. You pay 20 cents at the entrance for park maintenance but it's worth it. The other good thing about this place is that it's located in a very secure and convenient place.

Thank Kenyanbackpacker
Reviewed 21 January 2017

This is the same as American Embassy Memorial Garden Worth a visit. This is where the terror against America started...

Thank dhananjayaa
Reviewed 8 November 2016

This place is a honor of the 1998 US embassy bombing in Nairobi, Kenya. It is a place to offer tribute to the loss of people from many countries who lost their lives serving in the great cooperative house, American embassy, and even the citizens,...More

1  Thank Mathew M
Reviewed 1 November 2016

A cool environment to relax as you wait for some appointment or to cool down, its cheap and just within town, its a place yu can hold small birthday party or engagement or even chama meeting becoz of the available tents and chairs. Cool breeze

Thank _mmtira
Reviewed 2 June 2016

The number of names of victims of the bombing engraved on the memorial wall is stunning and saddening, but the nearby museum exhibits tell not only the tale of tragedy but also stories of survivors and rescuers, and memorable quotes notable visitors to this urban...More

1  Thank Steve M
Reviewed 25 May 2016

This was build in memory of 1998 August terrorist attack to the American Embassy in Nairobi. It has very nice garden , a small conference facility and snacks. There is a small entry fee. Good for small meetings and for those who need a quite...More

1  Thank Royal P
Reviewed 17 October 2015 via mobile

Outside from the history of bombing, you can use this place for take a rest while you walk around nairobi, the park is very small at the center town of nairobi.

1  Thank Andre M
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