10 Things to Do In Lagos Nigeria


Lagos is one of the best states in Nigeria. Economically, the state is far ahead of several Nigerian states. In beauty too, Lagos far outshines many Nigerians states and cities.  In actual fact, it is one of the most beautiful cities in West Africa. Lagos is equally a place for tourists to have real nice time.

10 Things to Do In Lagos Nigeria

There are quite a number of tourist attractions in Lagos that will wow you. If you plan on traveling to Lagos to catch fun, you should keep these places in mind and make sure you visit them to add pep to your fun time. If you are in lags for business on the other hand, make it an effort to visit these places at the end of your business before you leave the city.

Check below for the top ten tourists attractions in Lagos.

Nike Art Gallery

Truth is this is the biggest of all the art galleries in Africa. You must never fail to visit this place when visiting Lagos.  If you are an art lover, then this is the place to be. It is an excellent place in all senses of the word.  You will come by lots of art works hung all over the place.

You will also come by museum where ancient stuffs are kept to visitor’s delight.  There is shopping complex close by where you can get all your shopping’s done. It is located at No 2, Elegushi Road, 3rd Round About, Epe Expressway, Ikate Cross Road, Lekki Peninsula Phase 1, Lagos 550104, Nigeria.  Their telephone number is +2348034096656. Website is at www.nikeartfoundation.com.

Lekki Conservation Center  

It is located at Km 19, Lekki-Epe Expressway, Lagos 550104, Nigeria. Their phone number is 012642498.  This is a very nice park indeed.  There are numerous animals, both wild and domestic, to be seen here. There are monkeys and turtles in abundance. It has a canopy walkway, which has been labeled as the longest in Africa. The natural sensation here is 100% and you are sure to love it

 Freedom Park Lagos

They are located at Old Prison Ground, Broad Street, Lagos 550104, Nigeria. Their website is at www.lagosfreedompark.com. The open air park is something worthy of note. You can sit here and enjoy the beautiful sight that surrounds you everywhere you turn.  The service here is always top class. The foods and drinks are among the best imaginable.  In short, you will love it here.  The Afropolitan Vibes held every third Friday of the month in this park is an event you should attend.

Lekki Art Market

It is located at Oba Elegushi Street, Off Lekki-Epe Expressway, between 4th and 5th Roundabout, Lagos 550104, Nigeria. Their phone number is 08038331862. The market is rated is rated among the best in Africa.  You can buy varieties of art works here, both local and foreign.

There is no dull moment here in the least.  Every piece of artwork tells a compelling and interesting story.  It is better to buy things here using naira and be ready to pay in cash. The shops are numerous too.  The beautiful creations are just enthralling and engrossing.

Ikeja City Mall

It is located at Obafemi Awolowo Way, Lagos 550104, Nigeria.  Website is at www.ikejacitymall.com.  You may need some 3 hours if you are to visit this place and enjoy the sight to the fullest.  There is adequate parking space to occupy your car.  It is among the biggest in Lagos.  Aside adequate parking space, there is also enough space for the huge crowd that comes here to shop.  It is among the best places to hang out in Lagos.  It also has great bars where you can have some chill.

The Cathedral Church of Christ

It is located at 29, Marina Street, Lagos 101231, Nigeria.  Website is at www.thecathedrallagos.org. The cathedral is among the best masterpieces in Lagos today.  It is well preserved and had been left untouched since the 19th century when it was built.  The design is classic.  The interior is cool and inviting.

This is the oldest Anglican Church in Nigeria. There is no better place to enjoy the weekend than here.  The cathedral can be easily accessed from virtually any point on Lagos Island.  Also, it is not far from lagoon front and Marina.

Elegushi Beach

They are located at Lekki, Lagos 550104, Nigeria. If you are looking for the perfect place to chill in Lagos, it won’t be a bad idea to pay a visit to this place. It is the perfect place for your celebrations, like birthday, wedding and the likes.  The space is free and wide to occupy everybody.

The beautiful sea waves make the place even more impressive.  The side attractions here are many and they will make your day even more interesting. If you are a die-hard fun lover, then this is the place for you in Lagos.

Synagogue Church of All Nations

It is located at 1, Segun-Irefin Street, Ikotun-Egbe, Lagos 550104, Nigeria. Phone number is 01 4783584. Website is at www.scoan.org. This architectural edifice is something worthy of note.  It is massive to say the least.  You can never take it in all at once.  On the altar, you will find a tree as well as a fountain.  The members are so many and there is always grid lock down for traffic on the road after any of their services.

Mega Plaza Century 21 Mall

It is located at 14, Idowu Street, Lagos 101281, Nigeria. Website is at www.megaplazamall.tripod.com. The items being sold here may be somewhat expensive, but they are among the best in terms of quality.  The bakery is one aspect you want to visit.  There is an IT store too for one business computing needs.  It is a perfect place for sightseeing, even if you do not have money to buy any of the items being sold there.  The Chinese restaurant will wow you no doubt.

Red Door Art Gallery

It is located at 51B, Bishop Oluwole Street, Victoria Island, Lagos 101241, Nigeria. Website is at www.reddoorgallery.co. The place may be somewhat small, but it is wonderful in all sense of the word.  Works of art by many artists are on display here.  They have friendly staff members too, who are knowledgeable in the art world and are ever willing to lead you about the place and also get you informed about each of the art works on display.  You will love the atmosphere in here a lot.



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