Amazing Tourist locations to visit in Lagos

It is April 2020; the world at large is going through a partial lockdown, social distancing and other unusual measures due to the outbreak of Coronavirus, with the travel & tours industry hit very hard. But you can still count on Experiencing Naija to provide you with favourite tourist locations to visit in Lagos in 2020 in no particular order.

 

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Lekki Conservation Centre

Lekki Conservation Centre (LCC) was established in 1990 by the Nigerian Conservation Foundation (NCF). The centre is rich in biodiversity, it is a great place to relax and enjoy the serene beauty of nature.

Lekki Conservative Centre

Lekki Conservative Centre

Tarkwa Bay Beach

Tarkwa Beach is referred to as one of the best beaches in Lagos, Nigeria. It is a great place for fun & relaxation. Tarkwa Bay is an artificial sheltered beach located near the Lagos harbour. Due to its island status, it is only accessible by boat or water taxis. The beach, popular with swimmers and water-sports enthusiasts, also has a welcoming resident community.

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Nike Art Centre (Lagos)

Nike Art Gallery is referred to the No 1 art gallery in Nigeria, and arguable the largest of its kind in West Africa. It houses a large number of contemporary and traditional Nigerian Arts.

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Freedom Park

Freedom Park is a memorial and leisure park, preserves the culture & heritage of Nigerians.

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Elegushi Beach

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National Arts Theatre

The National Arts Theatre is the primary centre for the performing arts in Nigeria.

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Oniru Beach

Oniru beach is a great place for relaxation, swimming, also offers horseback riding.

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Red Door Gallery

Red Door Gallery serves as an entire art value chain, collects, and deals with African contemporary art.

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Lekki Arts & Crafts Market

Lekki Arts & Craft Market, also known as Oba Elegushi International Market or Jakande Art Market showcases a lot of Arts.

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Fela’s Shrine

Fela’s Shrine commonly referred to as the Afrika Shrine is located in Ikeja, Lagos. It was established to celebrate the great African legend ‘’Fela Kuti’’ who was against Corruption & Bad Governance, it is open for entertainment, serves as the host location of the annual felabration music featuring a lot of artists from across the world.

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Mydrim Gallery

Mydrim Gallery is one of the oldest in Lagos state. It showcases a lot of art and aims to promote young Nigerian Artists.

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Lagos Poker Club

Lagos poker club is a classy place to enjoy nice games, and have fun.

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Tafawa Balewa Square

The Tafawa Balewa Square is a ceremonial ground named after the first Nigerian Prime Minister.

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Omenka Gallery

Omenka Art Gallery showcases a fine selection of established & emerging contemporary Nigerian and international art.

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