Kitale Museum is the first domestic museum that was opened in Kenya. It was opened for the general public in the year 1924.
Highlights: Kitale Museum was initially known as the Stoneham Museum that was christened after the Colonel Hugh Stoneham who was a major collector and contributor of the artefacts that were held within the Museum until his death that occurred in the year 1966. Only in the year 1974, when the museum was established by the National museums of Kenya it was renamed as Kitale Museum.
Location: The Kitale Museum is located on Kwanza - Kapenguria Rd, Kitale, Kenya
Timings: You can make a visit to the Kitale Museum on Monday to Friday from 8 in the morning to 6 in the evening. On Saturday and Sunday, the museum stays shut.
Price: For adults, the admission fee is KSH 500 while for the children the entry fee is KSH 250.