It's the long weekend and even more importantly summer break coming up so you'll need to think about entertaining the young ones, amongst other things. There's loads to do in Lagos but, like other things, it's just a matter of finding it and knowing about it. Of course, Lost in Lagos is here for you and can give you a head start. We're the first to know about all things happening in Lagos so make sure you stay tuned throughout the summer. Here is a list to get you started!
Paint and Bake
Take your kids to Lekki's Paint and Bake in Centro Mall (with branches at the Palms and in VI). Choose your favourite pottery and paint on cups, plates, animals and then have them bake it for you! Great fun for everyone!
GET Arena has everything to entertain your little ones. From go karts to arcade games, a fully stocked bar and restaurant. You can sit and have dinner while the kids have fun to their hearts' content.
Mindscapes is more than just a children's museum, it's Nigeria's first specialised space designed to stimulate, educate and inspire children in science, the arts and history. Children are not just observers, here, they come and explore and participate in real-life scenarios such as The Bistro, a Bank, Construction, Dentistry, Grocery Store, Police Station, MiniTown Local Government and even School. Suitable for ages 3-12. Come and explore!
Loaded with rides, arcade games, adult games and all things entertaining, your kids are bound to find something they like here. Come and enjoy!
Looking for Lagos' answer to Disneyland? You've come to the right place! At Hi-Impact, you have rides galore, games, mouth-watering meals and even apartments to stay in! Check them out to hear about their May promotions for even more amazing fun!
We can't imagine more fun for a bunch of 8-10 year olds than a day at the roller rink. Whether they're beginners or veteran rollerskaters, Nigeria's first skating rink is bound to satisy. Located at Funderland Mall, between VGC and Chevron, Lekki-Ajah Expressway.
Strategically located in the heart of Lagos Island, a stone’s throw from City Hall and a few...