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Sights in Nairobi, Kenya

This provides an introduction to the sights of Nairobi, the capital of Kenya. It seems like an interesting place to check out and explore.

  • Nairobi National Park—one of the highlights of Kenya’s first national park is the black rhino; Langata Road
  • Karen Blixen Museum—the farmhouse where Karen Blixen, author of Out of Africa, lived between 1914-1931; Karen Road
  • Nairobi National Museum—a museum that highlights Kenya’s heritage through cultural, natural, historic, and contemporary art as well as a snake park, botanical gardens, dining, and shopping facilities; Museum Hill
  • African Heritage House—a national architectural masterpiece home to a variety of African textiles, masks, art, artifacts, crafts, books, and photographs; Mombasa Road
  • David Sheldrick Orphanage for Rhinos and Elephants—a rescue center where you can see baby elephants and rhinos who will eventually be reintegrated into the wild; Magadi Road, entrance at maintenance gate
  • Railway Museum—a museum dedicated to trains with a rhino catcher that Theodore Roosevelt rode in, a carriage where a railroad builder was dragged out the window by a lion, and other rail transportation; off Haile Selassie Avenue
  • Kitengela—a glassworks, hotel, and sculpture garden that has beautiful sculptures made from recycled materials; Glass Lane, Oloosirkon
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