58 points of Interest found
Gidan Makama Museum
The Gidan Makama Museum also known as Kano museum is a time capsule with displays of traditional materials, city walls, maps of Kano, the history of statehood, It exhibits Kano in the 19th century, its Civil War, economy, traditions,industry and music.
Challawa Gorge Dam
Challwa Gorge dam is an integral part of the day to day activities of the people of Kano as it is the source of water for irrigation, fishery and other daily essentials.
Gidan Rumfa also known as Emirs palace is an architectural masterpiece that has housed Emirs since as far back as the late fifteenth century.
Ado Bayero Mall
People of Kano like to mix business with pleasure and no better place to do it as Nigeria's largest mall, Ado Bayero Mall.
Mallam Aminu Kano International Airport
The oldest airport in Nigeria, this airport, named after the politician Mallam Aminu, is the main airport servicing the Northern Nigeria presently.
Kano city wall
Once described as the 'most impressive monument in West Africa', the ancient wall of Kano was built to serve as a source of defense for citizens and inhabitants of Kano.
Pizza and Burger Hott
Cilantro Restaurant and Lounge
Kano Polo Club
Polo is a game where man and horse come together to display prowess in the field game. The club is famous for its wins and tournaments.
Kano Golf Club
This is the oldest golf club in Nigeria and one of the most respected and famous golf houses in Nigeria.
Filmhouse Cinema, Kano
What more is better than your popcorn, a drink, your squad and the latest Box Office movie?. Filmhouse Cinema has all you need in abundance to give you the best viewing pleasure.
Great Mosque of Kano
This ancient edifice lies in the second most populous city in Nigeria. It is an architectural masterpiece that regularly draws thousands of tourists and Islamic scholars a year.
Bashir Uthman Tofa Mosque
The Bashir Tofa mosque is regarded as the most beautiful mosque in Nigeria. This grand edifice lies in the ancient state of Kano, and it's breathtaking magnificence does more than brighten up the city,
Kofar Mata Dyeing Pits
The Kofar Mata Pits are a part of the history of the ancient city of Kano. These pits that date back 5 centuries ago, during the golden age of Kano when it rivaled the riches of Timbuktu, gave Kano its place as a top textile manufacturer. Textiles are dyed in these pits, with various aesthetically pleasing designs.
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