Kariandusi Museum is an early stone age site that has been in existence for some 1 million years ago. In the year 1928, the site of the museum was discovered by Louis Leakey when he was here on an exploration.
Highlights: Kariandusi is a home to an exquisite archaeological site. It is also one amongst the first discoveries of the Lower Paleolithic sites of the East Africa. This is indeed the first Acheulean site to have been explored in the Situ of East Africa. You can find several hundreds of Acheulean hand axes as well as stone Artifacts that are housed here.
Location: It is located on the Lake Elmenteita in the south eastern end of the Great Rift Valley.
Timings: The museum can be visited between 8:30 AM in the morning to 5:30 PM in the evening.
Price: KSH 500 for non residents
KSH 250 for others