TBS (Tafewa Balewa Square)

The Tafewa Balewa Square is a historical place for Nigerians and it is also a very important place in the history of Lagos. The Tafewa Balewa Square is a 14.5-hectare (35.8-acre) ceremonial ground. It was formerly called the “Race Course”. The Square was formerly known to host Horse Race, Football, and other sports activities that involve a large congregation. The Square was constructed in the year 1972. The square is a 50,000 capacity seater and other center used to run small businesses like Business Centres, Travel Agencies, Car Parks, and Restaurant. The TBS also has a Bus Terminal in front that helps with the transportation movement of the people. The BRT conveys people to different destinations in the state. The entrance to the Tafewa Balewa Square has a beautiful gigantic sculpture of four white horses hovering above the gate and seven red eagles, which are symbols from the national emblem signifying Strength and Dignity. The Tafewa Balewa Square is been used to hosted prestigious activities in the Country like the October 1st independence Day celebration, It also hosts events like Africa's biggest Music concert “The Experience”.

National Arts Theatre

The National Arts Theatre is located in the heart of Surulere, Lagos State. The national theatre is the primary center for art performance in Nigeria.

The National Arts Theatre was completed in the year 1976 in preparation for the Festival of Arts and Culture (FESTAC) in 1977. The collection of National Gallery of Modern Nigerian Art is housed in a section of this building.

The Construction of the famous National Arts Theatre started by the military regime of General Yakubu Gowon and completed during the military regime of General Olusegun Obasanjo.

The exterior of the theatre is shaped like a military hat. The National Arts Theatre was designed and constructed by a Bulgarian construction company. The Theatre has a 5,000-seater Main Hall with a collapsible stage, and two capacity cinema halls, all of which are equipped with facilities for simultaneous translation of 8 languages; among others. The national theatre bears a resemblance to the Palace of Culture and Sports in Varna, Bulgaria completed in 1968.


The Ikeja City Mall is an ultra-modern Shopping Centre. The Mall is located in Alausa, Ikeja.  The best of its kind in the Lagos Mainland and home for so many commercial activities in its domain.

The City Mall was opened for trade-in late 2011. The total 23,000m2 area of Ikeja city mall guarantees ample parking space for buyers. The mall comprises of a 100 stores with a desirable mix of retailers trading renowned quality brands.

The Mall exhibit justified categories of fun activities ranging from the Silverbird cinema to the Shoprite store, Gaming Centres, Fast Food, and Fashion Houses.