Silver cutlery and monogrammed crockery used in the dining car are exhibited at the museum too. Also on display is the carriage from which, in June, 1900 Charles Henry Ryall was dragged out of through an open window and killed by one of the infamous man eating lions.
A short distance away towards the north of the city is the National Museum of Kenya, where one sees lifelike effigies of the early man, replicas of Kenya's famous wildlife and spectacular paintings of people from the different groups by the famous conservationist, the late Joy Adamson. Included in the tour is a visit to the snake park adjacent to the museum. Tourists return to the city center by lunch time.