WHAT CAN I SEE AT kigali genocide memorial-RWANDA
The Kigali genocide memorial is a momentous site of recognition, learning, and remembrance with reference to the genocide against the Tutsi tribe and a resting place for over 250,000 victims of the genocide in Rwanda. This site was officially opened on April 7, 2004, which marked ten years in honor of the genocide of 1994.
The Kigali Genocide Memorial is a place where victims' relatives can grieve for their loved ones who died during the genocide, as well as a museum where both international and local visitors can learn about the genocides.
The Kigali genocide memorial center opens 24/7, except every Saturday of the last week of the month, when it is opened from 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm because of community work called "Umuganda."