Situated at Museum Hill, just off Uhuru Highway between the city centre and the Westlands area; it is the flagship museum under the management of the National Museums of Kenya. A five minute drive from the city centre is all it will take to witness a breath taking array of East African art, history and culture.
Nairobi grew around the central business district. It takes a rectangular shape, around the Uhuru Highway, Haille Selasse Avenue, Moi Avenue and University Way. It includes many of Nairobi's important buildings, including the City Hall and Parliament Building.
Managed by the Kenya Wildlife Service, the Nairobi National Park is the world’s only game park situated within the limits of a capital city; a major attraction for both local and foreign tourists it boasts an annual wildebeest and zebra migration, and diverse wildlife species.