Kigali and Rwanda are perhaps most known for the horrific genocide against the Tutsi in 1994. However, since then the country has put a lot of effort into transforming itself and making it a better place for citizens and visitors. Did you know that Kigali is officially the Cleanest City in Africa?

In addition to rebuilding its urban and social infrastructure, arts and culture are also thriving in modern day Kigali. In fact, there are many local galleries and museums you can visit in addition crafts markets.  What an interesting and rich city. I hope to visit soon.

– Hasin

Kigali Genocide Memorial

Learn about the genocide at the site where 250,000 of the victims are buried

Nyamata Genocide Memorial

Genocide memorial at a former church where thousands were killed

Kimironko Market

Busy, colorful local market with produce, clothing, and home goods

Inema Art Centre

Hip gallery showcasing art by young local artists

Rwanda Art Museum

Former presidential palace, now a museum of contemporary Rwandan art