This book discusses 21st century contemporary issues about the Maasai of Kenya: their culture, lifestyles, customs, traditions, artefacts and their meanings. It gives insight into Maasai visitors? interpretation of their sacred objects in a modernist museum and a post-museum setting. It elaborates various cultural aspects of the Maasai people including their sacred objects, future design criteria for representing their culture and sharing authority with them in representing their culture. This work provides an in-depth understanding of domestic tourists? participation in tourism and their evaluation of tourism products and community-based tourism development. The book further provides information that addresses the role of museums in experience economy as active preservers and presenters of cultural heritage. It explains how museums in Kenya can integrate traditional lifestyles of Maasai people, modern demands and the future of native sacred objects in museum settings. This is a must-read book for students, scholars and policy makers interested in indigenous tourism, culture, museum studies and sacred indigenous artefacts.