Karen Blixen Museum Entrance Fees, Location and Contacts

Karen Blixen Museum

Located in Karen, in what was then British East Africa, the bungalow-style house which is now the Karen Blixen Museum was built in 1912 by the Swedish engineer Åke Sjögren.

The house and its attached property were bought in 1917 by Karen Blixen and her husband, Baron Bror von Blixen-Finecke with the intention of operating a coffee plantation. 

The Karen Blixen Museum is open every day between 09:30 and 18:00, including on weekends and public holidays.

Visitors have the opportunity to take part in continuously offered guided tours of the house, which features rooms designed in both the original decor and with props from the 1985 film.

The grounds, which feature original equipment from the coffee farm, are also available for touring. There is also a gift shop.

The grounds of the museum are available to rent for weddings, corporate functions, and other events.

Karen Blixen Museum Entrance Fees:

Citizen – KenyaCharges
AdultKsh 200
Below 16 yearsKsh 100
Residents – East AfricaCharges
AdultKsh 600
Below 16 yearsKsh 400
Non-ResidentsCharges
Adult Ksh 1200
Below 16 years Ksh 600

Karen Blixen Museum Contacts:

Email: [email protected]

Phone: 0746725300

Email: [email protected]
Telkom Wireless: +254‐20‐8164134/35/36
Airtel: +254 733 296 142/ Safaricom: + 254 721 308 485

Visit our website: www.museums.or.ke

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