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National Theatre

Constructed in 1976 by the military regime of General Yakubu Gowonand completed by General Olusegun Obasanjo in preparation for the Festival of Arts and Culture (FESTAC) in 1977, the National Theatre has continued to house ancient art, while progressively inviting modern works by new artists. One major dynamics of the theatre is its fascinating interior and exterior design. Its exterior is shaped like a military hat. It has a 5,000-seater Main Hall with a collapsible stage, and two capacity cinema halls, all of which are equipped with facilities for simultaneous translation of 8 languages; among others. The National Arts Theatre was designed and constructed by Bulgarian construction company called Techno Exporstroy, Alhaji Sule Katagum was a co owner and also their Chairman. it resembles the Palace of Culture and Sports in Varna, Bulgaria (completed in 1968), the National Arts Theatre Lagos being the bigger of the two.

Nigerian National Museum

The National Museum displays a modest collection of authentic Nigerian art, ranging from carved statues and bronze and terra cotta heads to historical relics and archaeological/ethnographic exhibits. Of note is a terra-cotta human head known as the Jemaa Head (c. 900 to 200 BC), part of the Nok culture. The piece is named after Jema'a, the village where it was uncovered. It is located at Onikan, Lagos Island. There's a fine range of intricately decorated calabashes from across Nigeria.The museum houses the bullet-riddled car in which the late General Murtala Mohammed was assassinated in 1976. This museum also operates a nonprofit crafts centre, which stocks a good range of batik cloth, woodcarvings and textiles at fixed prices. The museum was founded in 1957 by the English archaeologist Kenneth Murray. It also has educated many Nigerians, Englishmen, and tourists on the history and culture of the country Nigeria.

The New Afrika Shrine

The New Afrika Shrine is an open air entertainment centre located in Ikeja, Lagos State. It serves as the host location of the annual <a href='http://www.felabration.net/'>Felabration music</a> festival. Currently managed by Femi Kuti (eldest son of Fela Kuti) and Yeni Anikulapo-Kuti, it is the replacement of the old Afrika Shrine created in 1970 by Fela Kuti until it was burnt down in 1977. The New Afrika Shrine showcases photo galleries of Fela and music performances by Femi Kuti and Seun Kuti thus making it a tourist attraction.The old shrine was put up in 1970 by the great Fela Kuti, as a place where political rebels alike could come and rub minds while listening to great provoking musical sounds from Fela and his musical entourage. Although the Fela Shrine was burnt down seven years later, it was later revived by his children; Femi and Yeni Anikulapo-Kuti in october 2000 and has been a hub for Nigerians and foreigners alike who have an ear for good music to go to totally relax.

Lekki Conservation Centre

This popularly acclaimed urban nature park is rich in landscape, greenery, and wildlife, it is excellent for recreational activities. It was built in 1990, and it covers a land area of 78 hectares. This nature hub is run by the Nigerian conservation foundation (NCF) and If you appreciate the sight of plants and animals in their natural habitat, then this place is a must visit for you. The NCF was set aside to sustain the natural habitation of plants, and animals as urbanization began leading to the intrusion of areas meant for them.

Terra Kulture

The internationally acclaimed art house, Terra Kulture is the home of contemporary visual and theatre arts in Nigeria. It stands as one of only 2 art auction houses in Nigeria, with a collection of over a thousand art pieces from across the country. The Terra Kulture building is home to a restaurant, a craft shop, a library, a language school and theatre and its central feature; the art gallery. It is proud to have hosted readings by renowned Nigerian authors such as Wole Soyinka, Sefi Atta, Chimamanda Adichie and others for book readings. Annual events at Terra Kulture includes an art auction and the Taruwa Festival of Performing arts (which is often held in January).

Badagry Slave Route and Black Heritage Museum

From the 16th Century till its abolition in 1886, the coastal town of Badagry, now a part of Lagos State, was the final point of departure for indigenes who were sold into slavery. Decades ago, millions from the hinterland were bundled into ships and delivered to traders in European and American markets. Today, it has become a destination for tourists who want a slice of its well-preserved ties to the transatlantic slave trade. Some of these structures were important steps on what is now known as “the journey of no return. The are five important points on the slave routes which are namely;Mobee Family House & Slave Relics Museum, Gberefu Island, Spirit Attenuation Well,The Ocean Path and The Point of No Return. There are several other historical sites and structures in Badagry townThe Badagry Black Heritage Museum is a great tourist attraction in Lagos. It takes visitors on a journey through the past. It is located in the ancient town of Badagry, Lagos, and it is housed in the former districts officer’s office built in 1863. From the early 1500’s, slaves were transported from West Africa to the Americas through Badagry. It’s reported that Badagry exported no fewer than 550,000 African slaves to America during the period of the American Independence in 1787. The museum’s nine galleries tell this story through artefacts like trade documents, dated shackles, sketches, photos, sculptures and other salvaged historical records that documented the city’s dark past. The best part about visiting this museum is the entire town of Badagry is a living historical museum. You get to learn the role the town played in that dark period.

Azumini Blue River

The river is a true representation of its name - the Azumini Blue river and it is unlike any other West-African river that is either muddy or dirty. It is a crystal clear water that got its freshness aqua blue from the nature beauty of the grasses and trees around it. The fishes and water animals could be seen inside the water including the items at the bottom of the rivers. The beauty emanates fully when the sun shines on the river which would leave the viewers marveled. It is also surrounded by the azumini hill which provides a wonderful view to the river. This has been a major tourist attraction for visitors coming to the state.

Long Juju Slave route, Shrine of Arochukwu

The Long Juju Slave Route of Arochukwu is a sacred altar, a six foot gully that takes people to the temple and the waterfall in Arochukwu Long Juju Slave route. The mystic Long-Juju shrine, the slave routes and other relics of the slave trade era have become important tourist attractions in Abia State as people seek to explore the shrine of Ibini Ukpabi and the cult monument of KamulaThose found guilty in the apex court by the oracle were sentenced to the dark tunnel (Arochukwu cave) and they had to drop their clothes at the entrance of the cave known as the hill of rags. Those who entered the cave were never to be seen again and it is believed that as the victims disappeared the aro would change the colour of the river located at this site to red to signify to the death of these victims to the relatives. The Iyi Eke stream is an outlet where the blind folded victims walk to the European beach (Onu Asu Bekee) where boats on standby took the enslaved to Calabar for onward transmission to overseas

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