1. Bookshop/Gift shop

The current bookshop was added in 2004. It also serves as the booking and clearing office for the pilgrims. In this gift shop, one can buy a souvenir of the Resurrection Garden and various books and religious articles.

The shop/office is open every day from 8.00 A.M. to 5.30 P.M.

  1. Restaurant/Canteen

Next to the parking is the Canteen where pilgrims can buy something for lunch. This space is accompanied by two other sections where the pilgrims sit during lunch. In 2007, a third space for the same purpose was added just right of the entrance to the parking area.

The Canteen is open every day from 9.00 A.M. to 5.00 P.M.

  1. Meeting places

The part of the Garden after the Mlango wa Mbingu is used only for public worship (mass, way of the cross and rosary) and for silence and meditation. When a group arrives, if there is any need of a conference, bible meeting or a spiritual talk, there are six sheds next to the parking area meant for that. Given respective names for the three Archangels and the three Patriarchs, these meeting places were realized by the Raw Construction at different times. Gabriel, Michael and Raphael were constructed in 2003. Abraham and Isaac in 2007 while Jacob was completed in 2008.

These spaces are allocated to the groups after clearing at the booking office. The choice of the space to be given depends with the management.

  1. Display Hall/Museum

In the original plan made my Italian architect Luciano Massetti, it was contemplated to have a hall where the history of evangelization in Kenya would be exposed. This hall contains different religious objects of historical nature that narrates the history of evangelization in Kenya. The hall is however not yet open for the pilgrims.

  1. Car Park

For the pilgrims who visit the Resurrection Garden, parking is not a problem. The garden can hold over 300 cars. The main parking is found just next to the meeting places and the Canteen. The parking for buses are in the climbing lane of the entrance road.