For history and other information one can get to know about Kenyan past at an affordable fee. Its ideal for weekend visit.
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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.
Its a jewel of information right in the middle of the city, easy to access from any hotel in the central business district
We really enjoyed touring through and examining the displays. There were classes of school children being guided through the exhibit by their teachers. The kids were really engaged in what was being taught. And they were so well behaved!
It was refreshing to see real photos of Wangu Wa Makeri , Waiyaki Wa hinga and other Kenyan Heroes we read about in History. You get to read the last letter that Dedan Kimathi wrote. Our guide Okumu was very knowledgeable and passionate about History....More
A dark but small historical museum in the city center. No interactivity / screens so not really suitable for children.
This place has a rich bank of Kenya's history. Its a place I always pass by when in town. You can find a lot of historical information that you wouldn't be able to find in any other place
National Archives located along Moi Avenue near Ambassador Hotel. In-front the building you see Dedan Kimathi statue was torched by the colonial rule. Inside the building there is an art gallery contains all ancient of art collection from different communities of Kenya and Africa. The...More
The place so silent giving you a moment to think of the history of the country and the great people of Kenya and other countries in Africa.The many books and pictures are so detailed.If you love reading history this is the place.
The National Archives is located along Moi Avenue in Nairobi City Center. The place is very calm and cool despite the heat outside. Here you will get to learn more about Kenyan culture, Current and past public figures like the late Prof. Wangari, Tom Mboya,...More