DISCOVER LAGOS

Our team have compiled a short guide to help you make the most of your trip and enjoy the top attractions Lagos has to offer… 



Victoria Island

Victoria Island (VI) is an affluent area that encompasses a former island of the same name that sits between Lagos Island and the Lekki Peninsula in the Lagos Lagoon. It is the main business and financial centre of Lagos in Lagos State, Nigeria.


Nigerian National Museum

Nigerian National Museum is a national museum of Nigeria, located in the city of Lagos. The museum has a notable collection of Nigerian art, including pieces of statuary and carvings and archaeological and ethnographic exhibits.


Omenka Gallery

Omenka Gallery is a Nigerian contemporary art gallery, which represents Nigerian and international artists at its exhibition space in Lagos.


Balogun Market

Balogun Market is a market located on Lagos Island in Lagos State. The market has no particular address because it sprawls across so many streets on the island. Balogun market is recognised as the best place to buy fabrics, shoes and all sorts of wears in Lagos. 


Freedom Park

Freedom Park is a memorial and leisure park area in the middle of downtown Lagos in Lagos Island, Nigeria which was formerly Her Majesty's Broad Street Prison. It was designed by the Architect Theo Lawson.


Tinubu Square

Tinubu Square (formerly Independence Square), is an open space landmark located in Broad Street, Lagos Island, Lagos State, Nigeria. It used to be called Ita Tinubu in memory of Madam Efunroye Tinubu, a slave trader and business mogul, before it was named Independence Square by leaders of the First Republic and subsequently Tinubu Square.


Nike Art Gallery

Nike Art Gallery is an art gallery in Lagos owned by Nike Davies-Okundaye. The gallery is arguably the largest of its kind in West Africa. Housed in a five-storey tall building, it boasts a collection of about 8,000 diverse artworks from various Nigerian artists.


National Arts Theatre

Constructed in 1976, National Arts Theatre, which hosted the Festival of Arts and Culture (FESTAC) in 1977, is a multi-purpose national monument for the preservation, presentation and promotion of Nigerian arts and culture. The building, which also houses two cinema halls, a restaurant and a bar, is located in Iganmu on the mainland area of Lagos.