The Snake Park is situatedneighbouring to The National Museum. Constructed in the early 1960s, the Nairobi Snake Park was created to tutor the public about snakes and the common reptiles of Kenya. Today, the Snake Park is the habitat to over one hundred reptiles. Displays consist of a variety of East African snakes that are viewed in glass cages. The Snake Park collection features some of the deadliest snakes in Africa counting black mamba and the puff adder.There is a lake within the Snake Park that is abode to Nile crocodiles and fish from the great lakes - Tanganyika, Victoria and Nyasa.