Attractions

Top Choice Memorial in Kigali

Kigali Genocide Memorial

In the span of 100 days, an estimated one million Tutsis and moderate Hutus were systematically butchered by the Interahamwe army. This memorial honours the estimated 250,000 people buried here in mass graves and al…
Gallery in Kigali

Inema Art Center

Opened in 2012, the privately run Inema Art Center is a collective of 10 resident artists and guests. It's quickly established itself as the foremost modern art gallery in Kigali. As well as paintings, sculptures an…
Historic Site in Kigali

Hotel des Mille Collines

The inspiration for the film Hotel Rwanda, this still-functioning luxury hotel was owned by the Belgian airline Sabena in 1994. At the time of the genocide, the hotel’s European managers were evacuated and control w…
Memorial in Kigali

Camp Kigali Memorial

The 10 stone columns you find here mark the spot where 10 Belgian UN peacekeepers were murdered on the first day of the genocide. Originally deployed to protect the home of moderate prime minister Agatha Uwilingiman…
Museum in Kigali

Museum of Natural History

Kigale's best museum has recently undergone a major renovation. It houses exhibits on Rwanda’s geology and natural wonders and is housed in the 1907 residence of explorer Richard Kandt, reputed to be the first build…
Memorial in Kigali

Nyanza Genocide Memorial

Located in Kicukiro, a suburb southeast of the city centre towards the airport, there is little to see at this memorial other than the tiled tops of four mass graves believed to contain the remains of the 5000 Tutsi…
Museum in Kigali

State House Museum

This former presidential palace on the eastern outskirts of the city is slowly being restored. It has few exhibits, but it’s interesting to explore, with ‘secret’ rooms and an odd presidential nightclub. Wreckage fr…
Church in Kigali

St Famille Church