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Must-Visit Attractions In Lagos, Nigeria

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Lagos is one of those cities that is bursting at the seams. It is a bustling city with a variety of different things to do and see. Whether you are a local or touring Nigeria, here are some attractions you won’t want to miss.

National Museum

The National Museum has some amazing artifacts on display, though the exhibits might not be as orderly as in other museums around the world. One of the most popular exhibits is the Cycle of Life. This exhibit explores traditional Nigerian life, from birth to death to afterlife. This is probably the best museum for seeing what life is like for traditional Nigerians.

Tarkwa Bay Beach

Tarkwa Bay Beach is located near the Lagos Harbour, a popular location with swimmers and a great place for water-sports enthusiasts. This beautiful island is removed from the hustle and bustle of the city. And unlike most public beaches in Lagos, Tarkwa Beach isn’t as overcrowded. Whether you just want to spend a peaceful day on the beach or get together with friends, this is one of the best locations in Lagos.

Lekki Conservation Centre

The Lekki Conservation Centre is one of the premier nature reserves in Nigeria. If you want to escape the chaos of the city, the Lekki Conservation Centre is a great place for a break. This is a nature center covers an area of 78 hectares and is a fantastic example of a reserve that brings visitors closer to nature.

Hi-Impact Planet Amusement Park

Hi-Impact Planet Amusement Park offers world-class fun for people of all ages. They feature games, rides, as well as other entertaining attractions. This is the perfect place to make some fantastic vacation memories. They also offer snack stands and a food court for when you are ready to take a break from all the fun.

GET Arena

This Go Kart arena is located opposite the Lagos Oriental Hotel and is the best in Lagos. Where you are just visiting or looking for a family-friendly activity, this is a good option. After a fun time racing, you’ll find several different meal options, as well as cocktails.

Elegushi Beach

This private beach is owned by the Elegushi Royal family and is one of the most popular beaches in Lagos. Along with beautiful coastline and palms, there are several venues to get meals, and there are also several nightclubs.

Jhalobia Recreation Park and Gardens

The Jhalobia Recreation Park and Gardens is one of those places you’ll want to see while visiting Lagos. This park is located between the Hajj Camp and Ajao Estate, on the Muritala Mohammed International Airport Road, Lagos. If you are in the mood to distress, this place may be exactly what you’re looking for. The Jhalobia Recreation Park and Gardens is a tranquil garden, an oasis in the hustle and bustle in Lagos.

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