Here are a few places you can visit in Lagos after the full opening of the economy:

  1. The national museum: It is located in Onikan Lagos and established in 1957. You may not know a lot about the history of Nigeria until you pay a visit to the museum. The museum has great collections of beautiful cultural carvings, statues of past leaders and antiquities, exhibits and arts to see. If you are a lover of history and art, you’ll definitely enjoy visiting the National Museum.

  2. Nike Art Gallery- It is one of the largest art gallery in West Africa. It has diverse collection of artworks from various Nigerian artists that will wow you.More so,you can participate in creating traditional African crafts such as adire, batik, indigo, beadwork, painting, or carving.

  3. Elegushi beach: It is arguably the most popular beach in Lagos. The beach is well known to be the go-to fun place for great meals, nightclubs, and hang out spots. This beach is the perfect spot for picnics, parties and social gatherings.

  4. The Lekki Conservation centre: It is a natural resource conservation in Lekki. You get to enjoy yourself in the beauties of nature on this amazing tour centre. Also you can climb above tree canopies on the longest canopy bridge walk in Africa. The canopy walkways enable you view wildlife too.

  5. Tarkwa bay is the ideal location for ocean lovers, tourists and fun seekers. It is one of the finest beaches in lagos with its location in victoria island. Accessible via boat, this makes the journey to it very memorable.

6-The New Afrika Shrine: It is a place you have to visit if you are in Lagos. The Shrine was built by Afrobeat Legend Fela Anikulapo. The best time to visit is during the annual Felabration music festival which is an open-air entertainment. It serves as the host location of the annual Felabration music festival.

  1. The National Arts Theatre: is the primary centre for the performing arts in Nigeria. The beautiful architectural monument is located in Iganmu, surulere, Lagos. The building is one of the most identifiable national symbols about Nigeria arts and culture.

  2. Lekki Leisure lake: The resort is a safe and tranquil destination suitable for a family outing, a group adventure or even a fun day out. At Lekki leisure lake you can partake in thrilling adventurous activities like quad biking, jet skiing, zip lining and much more!

  3. Terra Kulture is a place for everything art education, culture, drama and socializing. It has a multipurpose hall with facilities for drama presentation, reading centre, conferences and seminars.

  4. Freedom park, Lagos is a memorial and leisure park in Lagos. The Park was constructed to preserve the history and cultural heritage of Nigerians. This park serves as a recreation centre for art lovers.

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