ART AND CULTURE
01-08-2016 by redazione
The one year Membership Card of "Malindi Museum Society" costs only KES. 1000, and is a way for those who gravitates to Malindi, to support the culture and subsidize those who organize exhibitions, meetings and keeps archives and historical libraries small lives.
With the annual card of MMS you can also free access to the following museums on the Kenyan coast Malindi Heritage Centre, House of Columns (City Museum of Malindi on the waterfront), Vasco de Gama pillar, Portuguese Chapel in Malindi.
Gede National Monument and Museum at Gede (the ruins of the Arab city), Lamu Museum Lamu, Kilifi Mnarani ruins, Jumba la Mtwana in Mtwapa, Fort Jesus in Mombasa and slaves Museum in Shimoni.
You can contact those responsible for the 0721460826 (English speaking only) or send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org or on Facebook (Malindi Museum Society).
If you want to talk to an employee of the person, it is located on the Malindi Museum Society Office, Malindi Heritage Centre every Tuesday 'from 0 to 12 or Webb Memorial Library, House of Columns museum from Monday' Friday 'from 8 to 12 and dale 2 to 5.
Office of MMS is active also a small library of books in English and, with the card, you can borrow the symbolic sum of Kshs. 50. It can be an opportunity, during their stay in Malindi for revising the English language or to practice.
We like to always remember the motto of the Malindi Museum Society, founded by the residents of British origin: "Where there is knowledge, there is no peace."
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