Welcome to the Kenya Museum Society!
Who we are
The Kenya Museum Society (KMS) is a not-for-profit organisation set up in 1970 to support and promote the National Museums of Kenya. You are invited to join the Society and find out more about Kenya, its people, history, prehistory and culture. KMS organises many activities for members, including the two-week-long intensive Know Kenya More which is an informal learning programme popular with expatriates, longtime residents and those involved in the tourism and travel industry. | read more...
Karen Blixen Museum
The Karen Blixen Museum was established in 1985 to commemorate the life of Baroness Karen Blixen, the talented Danish author, poet and farmer. Karen Blixen is the author of several books including the famous “Out of Africa” later documented into a movie with the same title. Karen Blixen lived in the Museum house, Mbogani as it was then known from 1917 to 1931. She sold the house with the 6000 acres she owned to a land developer in 1931 when she left Kenya. The land developer split up the property into smaller acreage to create a housing estate which he named Karen after its previous owner. Mbogani house also changed named at time to Karen house. | read more...
KMS outings are for Members only. To book your place on a daytrip or safari come to the KMS Office with your Membership Card and Payment. For non-Members, come to the office to join KMS and book your spot for the trip.
Know Kenya More
Thank you for attending the 39th edition of our celebrated Know Kenya More Course from October31st to November 5th, 2011!
Become a KMS member and enjoy: