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Kitale Museum Description

Kitale Museum is known for the wide range of ethnographical materials donated to the nation by Colonel Stoneham. It has a replica of traditional homesteads of communities such as Bukusu, Maasai, Marakwet and Luo. Notable collections include snakes, crocodiles, and tortoises. The nature trail provides good birding and picnic sites.

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Attraction Type:    Culture, Historic Sites, Culture
Category:    Cultural Museum, Historical Museum, Community Tourism
Region:     Western
City / Town:    Kitale
Road / Street:    Kakamega-Kitale Road
Telephone:     254 723 217218
Email:     kitale@museums.or.ke
Website:     http://www.museums.or.ke/content/blogcategory/19/2
Entrance Fee:    Yes

Kitale Museum

Kitale Museum



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