The mandate of the Multimedia University of Kenya ICT Museum is to share human technologies through Information and Communication Technologies (ICT). The ICT Museum's objective is to discover, Interpret and disseminate knowledge about seismic shifts in the information age by means of collecting, classifying and preserving the natural and historical artifacts and publications.
I would like to take this opportunity on behalf of the Vice-Chancellor to invite you to visit the ICT Museum for the purpose of knowledge gathering, research and innovation. MMU Welcomes Private partnership with the industry, Research groups, Universities and Schools for research tour. Please contact the office of the Director of ICT Museum to make the arrangements.
The ICT Museum was started in the October 2009 under the flagship of Research, Production and Extensions.The Museum hall currently displays a range of information and communication technology artifacts with a focus on future innovations. To book for the study tour, click here. You can aslo view our gallery or download our brochure in the link below.
The Museum is open to both internal and external visitors at reasonable fees.We are open on weekdays (Monday to Friday) from 8:30am to 4:30pm (EST). A number of schools, colleges, and university students visiting are taken through the seismic shifts in postal, courier, telecommunications, mobile and computing technologies in the East Africa Region dating back to 1901. Indeed, we are buiding on a rich ICT heritage to tell you about tomorrow. WelcomeDownload ICT Museum Brochure.