The Abuja Millennium Park
The National Mosque
The Ecumenical Centre
National Assembly Complex
Aso Rock This is the largest Rock within the Abuja Metropolis, ranging about 936 metres above sea level, dominating the landscape of Abuja City and overlooking the National Assembly. Aso means victory in Gbagyi dialect, and Asokoro people are often referred to as 'people of victory. The Rock which has become synonymous with the nation's seat of power is thus, a symbol of strength, power. The Rock has some caves which can be visited by tourists.
Giri Pottery Centre
Arts & Crafts village (across the road from Sheraton Hotel)
Ladi Kwali Pottery Centre
Ushafa Pottery Centre
IBB Golf and Club
This is an 18-hole green international standard Golf Course, attracting local and international tournaments in collaboration with major hotels in the city and Golf Association throughout the country. It is located at the Maitama District of Abuja City
Abuja Zoological Park
Guards Polo Club
Royal Polo Club
Abuja Love Garden
Plans in the pipeline to expand The Abuja Millennium Park. Project to include the Millennium Tower, Cultural Centre and a Museum that will house a broad collection of African Art. The new scheme would open before 2010
Abuja Amusement Park located on Bumbuna Street Zone 1, Wuse, is open to visitors Monday to Sunday from 8.00 a. m to 10.00 p.m. Usual kids amusement facilities with themed rides and a restaurant.
The National Children's Park and Zoo is a popular day trip, where you can introduce your children to different animals and birds.Domestic animals such as camels, donkeys and chickens. Watch wild animals like cheetahs, giraffes, zebras, ostriches and lions. You will find the park in the north-eastern corner of Abuja city. The park is actually located at the base of Aso Rock in Abuja near the Murtala Muhammed Expressway North. The park is open daily for visitors.
WONDERLAND: An amusement park, generally okay for the whole family. Loads to do, roller coasters, dogem cars, merry go rounds and a general assortment of themed rides, Games arcade, activities for younger kids like bouncy castles. Range of refreshments and dining facilities. 1 kukuwaba Road, opp national Stadium.
Julie Useni Park
Includes a number of wild and domestic animals. Various species of reptiles such as turtles, alligators, lizards, among others, are found in this park. You can get to see antelopes, rabbits, jackals and a wide variety of birds including parrots, geese, ducks and more. recreational facilities, refreshments and comms are available. The park, founded by the Environmental Protection Board.
Places to visit in Greater Abuja