Why become a KMS Member?
By supporting KMS with your membership, you are helping to preserve and promote Kenyan history, culture and artifacts. At the same time you’ll have fun at activities and events in the company of people who enjoy the same interests as you.
What you get as a KMS member
Did you know as a KMS member you are entitled to free entry to all national and regional Museums, prehistoric sites and monuments around Kenya?
The National Museum of Kenya is the custodian of Kenya’s natural and cultural
heritage that manages three World Heritage Sites, twenty-one museums and over
two hundred sites and monuments across the country. The three World Heritage
Sites are Fort Jesus, Lamu and Kaya Forest, all located in the Coast province. The sites and monuments open to the public include Gedi Ruins, Hyrax Hill, Jumba la Mtwana, Kariandusi, Koobi Fora, Mnarani, Olorgesailie, Rusinga Island, Songhor prehistoric site, Takwa-Manda Island and Thimlich Ohinga, Tom Mboya Mausoleum, Kanam prehistoric site and Simbi Nyaima in Kisumu.