Kabarnet Museum in Kenya

Kabarnet Museum in Kenya located in the Kabarnet town, in the Baringo District in the Rift Valley province that is 265 km northwest of Nairobi, it was the administrative headquarters for the Baringo district since 1907 that was the period when the colonial government made it the seat of the local government but later it was opened its doors to the public in 1996 in the former District Commissioner Residence the museum is set in the building which is considered to be the probably the first permanent building in the entire district of Baringo which was constructed by the Italian prisoners of the war in 1930, the Kabarnet Museum is such amazing safari attraction to a variety of the tourists, basing on the museum has four main public galleries that features the Rift Valley people, that is the with their culture, its environment, indigenous knowledge and science for education. Kabarnet museum is a great Kenya safari place where the tourists get to learn much about the greatness of the place, the people and the hospitality where you are welcomed by the most caring, hospitable staff and the community of the Kabarnet Museum.

Kabarnet museum was the first museum in the central rift valley and it is a Kenya safari tourism destination, with various attractions that do base on the culture of the Keiyo or the Marakwet, Samburu, Pokot, Kipsigis, Nandi for any tourist who is in need to know more about the various cultures of Kenya people especially for the above mentioned cultures should prepare and arrange a safari with the focuseastafricatours.com to the Kabarnet museum in Kenya. Kabarnet museum is such a great one with various pictures basing on the history that is from the district, the pre-colonial, colonial and the post-independence reign are all displayed in the Kabarnet museum. The Kabarnet museum has got the playground, neighboring homesteads and the park which provides the travelers with the magnificent outdoor scenes for every feature that surrounds the Kabarnet Museum.

Kabarnet Museum in Kenya
Kabarnet Museum in Kenya

Kabarnet museum is worth a visit by every tourist because the museum has got various attractive scenes that are close to it including the Tugen hills, Lake Bogoria, Lake Baringo, so the tourists who come to the museum can have killed two birds with one stone in that they can be exposed to many attractions that are surrounding the museum.  There are other attractions near the Kabarnet museum like the Paleontological, archaeological and the ethnographic sites in the district, like the Tabarin, Kipsaraman, Chesowanja then the Sirikwa holes near the Moiben and as well the Kerio Game Reserve Park and Flourspar Mining Company, which are also located close to the Kabarnet Museum all these are the stunning sceneries one would see on a safari to the Kabarnet Museum that gives you the most unforgettable memories in one’s life.

To add on the various displays found in the Kabarnet Museum has  the ethnographical cultural materials for example the agricultural tools, weapons, clothing and the jewellery that were used and loved by the various cultures of the people during their life time, like the clothes and other unique tools that they used in their crop production,  that is the  Rift Valley People those are the Keiyo, Samburu, Pokot, Nandi, Kipsigis, Marakwet, all these tools can be seen on your safari to the Kabarnet Museum.

Kabarnet Museum in Kenya
Kabarnet Museum in Kenya

Kabarnet museum is set in the lush botanical gardens with the grounds that have shrubs and many different tree species, so the tourists on their safari to the museum they can be able to spot various bird species that are such attractive to every tourist in their respective natural habitats.

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