Bomas of Kenya is a tourist’s village located in Lang’ata a few minutes’ drive from the city centre, wholly owned subsidiary of the Kenya Tourist Development Cooperation.
Elephant orphanage was set up to look after orphaned baby elephants and black rhinos until they are old enough to join the others in the wild.
The African Fund for Endangered Wildlife Kenya (A.F.E.W Kenya Ltd) also known as the Giraffe Centre was founded by the late Betty and Jock Lesilie Melville in 1979.
Karen Blixen Museum is managed by the National Museums of Kenya (NMK) and is located in the residential area of Karen, 15 km from the Nairobi city.
Karura Forest is an urban forest located north of central Nairobi that is managed by the Kenya Forest Service. It has an area of 1 063.0 ha, making it largest of three main gazetted forest in Nairobi.
The Kenya National Archives is located along Moi Avenue in the city center. Its main aim is preservation of all public records and archives.
Kenya Railway Museum (Nairobi Railway Museum) is located in an old railway building along Uhuru Highway. It provides answers to many unanswered questions concerning the early history of the rail and Kenya’s development.
This is a resort located in Karen Nairobi, 13 kilometers from the city.
This is also called the Bomb Blast memorial park or the August 7th Memorial Park. It is located along Haile Selassie Avenue, at the scene where the 1998 terrorist bomb attack took place at the then United States Embassy. It contains a board with names of the people who were reported dead due to the incident.
Nairobi Animal Orphanage is the oldest animal orphanage in Kenya and set in Nairobi National Park with lush vegetation contrasting against the red dust and clay of the soil.
The Nairobi National Museum is managed by the National Museums of Kenya (NMK), which is a state corporation institution whose role is to collect, preserve, study, document and present Kenya’s past and present cultural and natural heritage.
Nairobi National Park is a wildlife game park located 7 km from the city centre. It is the only wildlife park in the world that is close to a capital city. The park is 117 km2 in size. The major attractions are the endangered black rhinos, predators and herbivores, over 400 species of birds species, the famous ivory burning sanctuary, the safari walk, animal orphanage and various picnic sites.
The nairobi safari walk is located 7km from the city in the south
Nairobi Snake Park is one of the Nairobi Museums of Kenya (NMK) attractions located adjacent to Nairobi National Museum.