Nairobi National Park
About Glass House
Surrounded by indigenous plant life and a medley of domestic animals that ramble around the compound, the Glass House offers an artistic and romantic homestead for guests, looking for a renewed and restored sense of living.
Founded in 1981 the Kitengela Glass sanctuary has long been a neighbour of the Nairobi National Park, and offers a retreat for art and nature lovers, looking for an escape from day to day routines and a place to feel uplifted.
Dreamily furnished with stained-glass windows, roughly rounded walls and a recycled timber roof, the Glass House will enlighten and enchant you with its bright mirage of colours and cool quiet interior.
There’s no doubt that the Kitengela Glass sanctuary will enliven you with it's myriad of sculptures, glass art, and variety of animals that roam freely, you will leave feeling renewed, relaxed and more importantly inspired.
Glass House Map
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling