Visited this place whilst waiting for our flight back, full of history and interesting stories. I especially liked the Tom Mboyo exhibition (his statue is outside the building)
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I had visited this museum as part of a walking tour through Nairobi. It’s a small museum with two floors of displays. A museum staff member did a great job of leading a tour of the museum. Some of the displays including early weaponry, masks,...More
This is the perfect place for any person doing a research about Kenya related historical issues. It’s full of exciting literature and I wasn’t bored for even a minute. The staff are super friendly and helpful and I would recommend it to anyone looking for...More
For those who love history and are awed by it, then this is an excellent place to visit. Its also a great place for family outings giving children an opportunity to learn alot of things.
we spent the whole morning here after our breakfast at hotel. this is place we get to know better about cultural art collection by Kenyan and also other Africa countries. the tour guide is very knowledgeable and passionate, we truly felt in love with the...More
This was included in a walking tour I did of Nairobi. It had pretty good sections and I enjoyed the furniture. It is a bit old and could use some more light fittings (some displays I couldn't see because the light was out) and perhaps...More
i think this may be under-utlized. few people there, but such an interesting collection of historically significant items. many beautiful, all interesting. we had the good fortune of a curator walking with us--understanding the politics is a part of the experiences. also, when i went,...More
Nairobi Archives is a nice place within the city. It is a good landmark in case you do not know places around, you will always find your way from here.