I went with friends on a Sunday. This is really interesting, lots of old pictures and artefacts. The museum is very run down and poorly supported, which reflects in the layout, cleanliness and overall enthusiasm of the staff, but for me that did not take away from the interesting stuff there. The old trains are also a bit run down... 更多
Many of the exhibits date back to colonial Times in Kenya before independence. Old carriages, engines and artefacts from the early 1900s when Kenya was installing the railway. It is a bit rundown there. An hour is enough for a visit. Free parking. No refreshments available.
We, must put a disclaimer - if you don't love trains or museums, don't go. I personally enjoyed it. It had history of how far we have come. Sadly the place is not well kept so don't expect a clean well run outfit. The kids had fun going in and out of trains and learning the history. It was funny... 更多
A simple museum, more a storage of old locomotives. I have been there half an hour and saw all there was. But if you love trains, steam engines, it it worth a visit.
The place is nice to visit for train lovers. You can see one of the cars from the movie "Out of Africa". As a minus i'd mention that the museum is not well maintained.
There just isn't much there to see. The part I enjoyed the most was seeing the old maps of the country. I'm glad I visited, but I wouldn't go back.
We visited the Railway Museum because my husband enjoys looking at old trains. Actually I have to say I found it incredibly interesting as well - the history of rail in Kenya is really impressive and the museum itself houses some interesting artefacts. Don't be put off that its not the most professionally presented tourist destination it is still worth... 更多
This is a wonderful, enchanting and fascinating museum about the history of East African Railways. Amazing Engines and coaches you can climb on and masses of photos of all the history.