The MaKuYa Museum has outgrown its current home, where it has been since 2003. With
expanding programs and collections, we require a larger building with more significant grounds.
We have negotiated the use of an abandoned house owned by the Tanzanian government. The
large rooms full of natural light, extensive grounds with large trees for shade, and open areas for
playing games and dancing, will allow for larger groups of visitors and expanded programming.
Now begins the process of fundraising and renovating our soon-to-be new home.