The Karen Blixen Museum, located 10 km outside of Nairobi, Kenya, "at the foot of the Ngong Hills", is the former African home of Danish author Karen Blixen, famous for her book Out of Africa which chronicles life at the estate. Situated in what was then British East Africa, the lodge style house which is presently the Karen Blixen Museum was worked in 1912 by the Swedish designer Ake Sjogren, The house and its connected property were purchased in 1917 by Karen Blixen and her better half, Baron Bror von Blixen-Finecke with the aim of working an espresso manor.
While she isolated from her significant other in 1921, After the Blixens isolated Karen Blixen kept on living at the house and run the ranch until the point when she came back to Denmark 1931. Her life here is chronicled in her most renowned book, Out of Africa, and in addition in her book Shadows of the Grass. The house was later given by the Danish government in 1964 to the new Kenyan government as an autonomy blessing. It was opened to general society in 1986 as one of Kenya's national exhibition halls following the prevalence of the 1985 film, Out of Africa.