Cultural centers in Lagos

8 Places of Interest found


Bogobiri House

Bogobiri House

Bogibiri house is a sanctuary for art lovers, historians and fun seekers looking to experience the rich cultural heritage Nigeria has to offer.

Category: Cultural centre
Tags: Ceremony, Explore art, Learn, Relaxation, Sightseeing
Jazz Hole

Jazz Hole

Jazz Hole is an oasis of good music, literature and art away from the madness of Lagos. It is a delight to art lovers, curators and book lovers.

Category: Cultural centre
Tags: Ceremony, Explore art, Learn, Relaxation, Sightseeing
Motherlan'

Motherlan'

Motherlan' showcases the best of African variation of mid tempo jazz music, culture and night life.

Category: Cultural centre
Tags: Ceremony, Explore art, Learn, Relaxation, Sightseeing
Society for the Performing Arts of Nigeria

Society for the Performing Arts of Nigeria

The Society for the Performing Arts of Nigeria hopes to change the fortunes of talented young Nigerians through music, dance and theatre. It is a non-governmental organization that has set up a world class standard education to see to the training of talented Nigerians.

Category: Cultural centre
Tags: Dance, Explore art, Learn, Relaxation
Ethnic Heritage Centre

Ethnic Heritage Centre

New in Nigeria or want to learn a new native language? Here will be the perfect place to learn. Primarily focused on preserving Nigerian indigenous languages and cultures, they teach how to speak Nigerian native languages and expose them to the cultural elements surrounding the language(s), hereby promoting and preserving rich African cultural heritage.

Category: Cultural centre
Tags: Attend public lectures, Explore art, Read, Sightseeing
Center for Black and African Arts and Civilization

Center for Black and African Arts and Civilization

About Centre for Black and African Arts and Civilization Centre for Black and African Arts and Civilization was established following the pledge by Nigeria to preserve the materials and artifacts used for the 2nd World African Black and African festival of Arts and culture in 1977.The centre preserves the artifacts and core collections used during the festival and has the responsibility of enhancing and promoting the black African arts and heritage generally.It is located at 36/38 Broad St, Lagos Island, Lagos.   History of Centre for Black and African Arts and Civilization CBAAC was established in 1977 after FESTAC '77 and the promise Nigeria made to preserve the materials and cultural artifacts used during the event.It's a cultural archive and repository for cultural works,arts,monuments,indigenous games etc.  Safety The CBAAC is a safe place to visit.    Best Time to Visit Centre for Black and African Arts and Civilization The best time to visit the CBAAC would be during its working hours of 8am-5pm when corporate activities are still on full bloom and one can enjoy the interesting arts.   Most Common Visitors The most common visitors are cultural activists, tourists and government officials

Category: Cultural centre
Tags: Attend public lectures, Explore art, Read, Sightseeing
Adeyemi Bero Auditorium

Adeyemi Bero Auditorium

One of the most used centers in Lagos by both the present and past administration of the state, mainly used for educational, social, economic and political events and with state-of-art facilities.

Category: Cultural centre
Tags: Attend public lectures, Sightseeing, Work
Nigerian Tourism Development Corporation, Ikeja

Nigerian Tourism Development Corporation, Ikeja

Nigerian Tourism Development Corporation is a Federal Government Corporation established in 1992 under the Ministry of Culture, Tourism and National Orientation to develop the tourism sector of Nigeria.

Category: Cultural centre
Tags: Attend public lectures, Sightseeing, Work

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