National Museum of Kenya Tavel Guide
National Museums of Kenya is a multi-disciplinary institution that play a role for collect, preserve, study, document and present Kenya’s past and present cultural and natural heritage. It located in an imposing building amid lush, leafy grounds just outside the centre. The museum’s permanent collection is entered via the Hall of Kenya, with some ethnological exhibits, but this is just a small part. It also hold the Birds of East Africa exhibit in a huge gallery that at least have 900 stuffed specimens. And the Cradle of Humankind exhibition, which highlight is an extraordinary collection of skulls that describes itself as “the single most important collection of early human fossils in the world”. Besides, the museum also manages many Regional Museums, Sites and Monuments of national and international importance alongside priceless collections of Kenya’s living cultural and natural heritage.