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Kitale Museum

The museum was the first of the Inland museums to be developed in Kenya. It used to be known by the name the Stoneham Museum. It got its name from an amateur naturalist who lived in Kitale, by the name Lieutenant colonel Hugh Stoneham. He had a collection of insects, other animals and books from 1894 when he was only five years old. He continued his collection until 1966 when he died. Mrs. Linda Donley a peace Corp volunteer was the first curator in 1974. Read more...

Library Club Kitale

OPEN: 8.00am-7.OOpm weekdays
9.00am-5.00pm weekends

REGISTER PAY: 25/= per month OR 250/= per year

BOOKS: medicine, business, accounmts, administration, engineering, culture, maths, languages etc.

CINEMA: Over 600 movies on giant screen, football matches. Read more...


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