Malindi Museum Entrance Fees

In this post, we will focus on Malindi Museum Entrance Fees. The Malindi Museum is a museum located in Malindi, Kenya. The museum in Malindi houses the famous Vasco Da Gama pillar. The structure is located along the seafront, just a few metres from the Malindi jetty and the fish market.

It’s a charming old double-storey structure with a roof terrace covered in gleaming roof tiles. It is a 19th-century structure with a rectangular shape and a long veranda. There are four main entrances to the building. Two of these entrances are located on the East façade and are reached via a colonnade of five rounded pillars on a square pedestal. One of them has a Gujerati 9 and the other has a Swahili-carved door. The third entrance is on the Northern façade, in the North-West quadrant, and is reached via a masonry stairway. It has an Indian-style small trap door that serves both the ground and first floors of the building. The other entrance, which is only for the first floor, is on the southern façade and is accessible via an exterior wooden staircase, which is a secondary addition to the building. This entrance’s door is simple, opening onto a balcony supported by rounded columns covered with a roof resting on dressed wooden supports. Temporary exhibitions are currently on display at the museum. The museum also serves as an information centre, where visitors can learn more about Malindi’s attractions and events.

Malindi Museum Entry Fees

Citizen – Kenya Charges
Adult Ksh 100
Below 16 years Ksh 50
Residents – East Africa Charges
Adult Ksh 400
Below 16 years Ksh 200
Non-Residents Charges
Adult  Ksh 500
Below 16 years  Ksh 250

Malindi Museum Contacts

Phone: +254722558228

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