The King's Palace Museum was established in 1989 and provides information about the royal residence's properties as well as historical information extending all the way back to Rwanda's colonial era. The colonial Belgian government assisted in the establishment and construction of the museum.
The old king's palace is also very close to the museum, and if many of the properties were plundered during the genocide, the palace is still well a visit. It was built for King Mutara 111 Rudahigwa, which explains why the museum is named after a palace.
King Mutara was the first king in Rwanda to convert to Catholicism, and because of his fame among the colonialists, they used to send him gifts and warmly welcome him whenever they came. A Dubai trip package here will resemble a stroll through the rich history and Bedouin culture.