The Nairobi National Museum has reopened to the public after an extensive restructuring and expansion project lasting two years. The renovated museum boasts new exhibition space and additional facilities for staff and visitors. The work has been financed by the European Union as part of a programme to improve museum facilities in Kenya.
Established in 1930 in honour of Sir Robert Coryndon, one-time governor of Kenya and a keen natural historian, the Nairobi National Museum is home to important collections of hominid fossils and cultural artefacts from the country
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