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To actually be in this legends house was truly a amazing feeling .. the house it self is exactly how she left it the day she was murdered as they say .. you were not allowed to take pics inside the house I did so...More
Karen Blixen's former farm house and is a nice way to round out the tourist trifecta that also includes the Giraffe Sanctuary and Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage. She led a very interesting life and part of Nairobi history, with great examples of her art in a...More
We had an extra day after completing our Kenya Safari and Africa Vacation Safaris planned a day trip in Nairobi. This is among the placed we had wanted to visit as my husband is a great admirer of Karen Blixen work. I was amazed to...More
Good museum and lovely grounds. Had no idea she was a talented artist.
Could be much improved . The information elicited from our guide through cross-examination should really be standard fare. Information about the times, why Blixen came to Kenya, clarity around her family circumstances...More
We were introduced to our guide David who took us round the grounds and house which is the museum, he told us the story of her life and how she has been remembered there and in her home country since her death. We thoroughly enjoyed...More
I think it is relative to the guide you got. when you say "their", you refer to all but I guess it was only one guide who took you round. It could depend on number of months or experiences the intern may have had with them... More
I think it is relative to the guide you got. when you say "their", you refer to all but I guess it was only one guide who took you round. It could depend on number of months or experiences the intern may have had with them before your visit. Mine was quite knowledgeable about the place and Kenyan culture