June 12 Cultural Centre
June 12 Cultural Centre
June 12 Cultural Centre
How to get to June 12 Cultural Centre


By car and motorbike


Cultural centre
Things to do at June 12 Cultural Centre


Attend public lectures, Ceremony, Explore art, Learn, Relaxation, Sightseeing,

Named in commemoration of the annulled June 12 presidential election that saw Abeokuta's child M.KO. Abiola emerge winner in 1993, this cultural centre is one of the major landmarks in Abeokuta.


This is a very safe location.

What To Bring

Before heading to June 12 Cultural Centre, here are some helpful things to take along with you:

  • Camera to capture the sights and take selfies with

  • Writing materials and ID Card if you are headed for a conference or seminar

Best Features

A declining cultural centre that attracted all the wrong sorts, the Ogun State Government rehabilitated and renovated it in 2012 into this impressive architectural edifice that is used for cultural performances and shows, conferences, and events. Painted with the Ogun State colors, it blends the cultural richness and tradition that Ogun is known for with modern technology and design. There is a large hall, the gem of the centre, where major state events are held.

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