Museums In Lagos

Church of St. Anthony

This museum is actually considered the Regional Museum of the city. As it opens daily and is home to several collection of archeological finds that date back to the early history of the pre-Roman era, and also represents a collection of Christian and Islamic religious art, including several paintings dating from the 17th and 18th centuries. In addition, the Museum also displays certain memorial ruins from other African countries. Certain transitory exhibits are also held quite frequently here that are very common in Nigeria. Certain visitors, who spend their holidays in Lagos by cheap flights to Lagos frequently, visit these museums.

Jose Cercas Museum

This museum features different works of canvasses and drawings by one of the famous painter, who was born in nearby Aljezur, as well as other prominent cheap flights to Lagos

Portuguese artists. Apart from that various works including middle Ages furniture, religious art and porcelain etc which are displayed at the museum are also very popular among the tourist traveling all across the world having their cheap flights to Lagos. From the garden, there are excellent views of the city and the Governor’s Castle is one of them.

This was considered the powerful fortress one time and was the residence of the Governors and Generals of Algarve. This museum was rebuilt many times by different rulers showing with several personal things and photos, this museum is very famous and promising to be considered the National Museum and a must-see as its history depicts. The whole museum is not so big and can be visited in less than an hour, and after visiting that one cant forget to spend time to walk the in the green grounds as well cheap flights as the spring and sufficient emerald space gives a nice retreat from the bustle of the city life.