Tinubu Square, Lagos.

Broad Street, Lagos Island

Tinubu Square Description

History of Tinubu Square

Tinubu Square was built in 1960 by the Lagos State Government.

Featuring a water fountain mounted on an architectural landscape and with green grasses and flowers adorning the square, this is a prominent landmark in Lagos city.

Security/Safety of Tinubu Square

This is a very safe location.

  • It is a gated square so entry is prohibited except on special occasions.

What To Bring

Before heading to Tinubu Square, here are some helpful things to take along with you:

  • Camera

Best Features

It has some magnificent sculptures like the Eagles, the statue of Madam Tinubu, statue of Lagos' popular blind minstrel Kokoro the Drummer and the Reclining Reader. The greenery of the well-groomed plants blends well with the water fountains to give a very breathtaking and grand scenery.

Writer's Review

It is a beautiful landmark that attracts both locals and foreigners.

Most common visitors

The night view of the well-lit environment beautified with tropical trees and exotic flowers and its strong foundation laced with colorful, strong interlock blocks is incredible.

  • Tinubu Square synonymous with power, influence - National Mirror Newspaper

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