Basic facts about Freedom Park Lagos

Freedom Park Lagos, born out of the ruins of Her Majesty’s Broad Street Prisons, was reconstructed to preserve the history and cultural heritage of the Nigerian People

The new FREEDOM PARK Lagos, formerly Old Broad Street Prison is now a peaceful place for individual and collective contemplation and interaction.

Freedom Park is a Memorial and Leisure Park dedicated to the preserving the Lagos colonial heritage and history of the Old Board Street prison.

The major things to see or experience are:

Open Air Stage: This is perfect for concerts, etcetera.

Museum Complex: There are amazing historical artifacts on display at the museum, including colonial artifacts

There are lots more to experience at the freedom park that are better felt firsthand.

The Freedom Park is a Heritage Site.

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