Bombululu Workshops And Cultural CentreCurrently Closed
- Address: Near Rise & Shine School, Workshop Road, Bombolulu, Mombasa, Kenya
- Timings: 08:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
- Phone: +254-202399716
- Ticket Price: 360 KES
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Art And Culture, Off Beaten Path, Family And Kids, Workshop
Bombululu Workshops And Cultural Centre - Review
Bombolulu Workshops and Cultural Centre is a programme of The Association for the Physically Disabled of Kenya (APDK). The APDK operates several workshops and a cultural centre through which it offers social and economic rehabilitation and empowerment of people with disabilities.
Bombululu Workshops And Cultural Centre Information
- Other Contacts: +(254) 723560933, +(254) 733811603.
Bombululu Workshops And Cultural Centre Ticket Prices
- Adult- KSH360
- Children- KSH180
How To reach Bombululu Workshops And Cultural Centre by Public Transport
- Railway Annexe
- Moi International Airport
Restaurants Near Bombululu Workshops And Cultural Centre
- Mikaye Restaurant
- Tamtind and Tamrind Dhow
- Nyali Misono Japanese Restaurant
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91.33% of people who visit Mombasa include Bombululu Workshops And Cultural Centre in their plan
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People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Bombululu Workshops And Cultural Centre
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Bombululu Workshops And Cultural Centre, Mombasa Reviews
Awesome place to learn and see the diverse culture of the coastal people with much more entertaining moments... Places where u can see artifacts... And much more
Diverse cultures... good quality African wear and jewellery. A good way to support the physically disabled in our society
A well organized and great place to visit. I saw very skilled people who did not let their disabilities whatsoever get in their way. You can purchase different beautiful jewellery hand made by them and also something customized for you alone. Ali the tour guide is so great at his job. They have jewellery, leather, textile and metal workshops. I was thrilled to see that they assemble wheelchairs right there for use by their members and also for sale. This concept should be executed in every African country to take people living with disabilities off the street.
Very educative, a centre for the disabled with different skills and talents, enjoyed my visit there.
Great place for buying gifts, specially since it would give a hand to the people who live there. Prices are fair and works are nice, specially jewelry. I saved all my souvenir shopping for this place as I though it would help the cause. You could also take a tour with one of the guys there, but we didn't have time. Think you may even find something a bit more interesting in the making... Transportation out from the area might be tricky, so tell your taxi or tuk tuk driver to wait if flagging one at the street is too much of an adventure for you.