Places To Visit This weekend In Abuja

PLACES TO VISIT THIS WEEKEND. ABUJA (outdoor edition).

The weekend upon us and alot of us are looking for fun places/things to do. Here are some fun things to try this Saturday.

1). Picnic at National Children’s park and zoo: This place is beautiful, quite and safe, you can go with friends or family and set up a picnic. Fee is 400 naira per person.
📍 Asokoro. Use Google map.

Places To Visit This weekend In Abuja

2). Snake Farm: Conquer your fears by taking a trip to Snake farm. The farm has other animals and playground for kids. There’s also a beautiful sitting area and a restaurant there.
📍Tukur Tukur farms, Abuja_keffi expressway.

Places To Visit This weekend In Abuja

3). Chasing waterfall at Kurudu waterfalls: This is located inside Kurudu Barracks, It’s beautiful and has a great view. the fall itself is difficult to locate, but you can reach out to Kayslay_45.
📍 Kurudu

Places To Visit This weekend In Abuja


4).Hugs and mugs pool: Take a dip in Hugsamdmugsabuja pool. It’s very pretty and has beautiful cabanas. Fee is 3000.
📍Inside Summerset continental hotel. Usuma street. Maitama.

Places To Visit This weekend In Abuja

5). Hiking: You can go hiking with friends, there are so many hike trails in Abuja, starting with the wonderland twin peaks. Best to go in the morning.

Places To Visit This weekend In Abuja

6).BMT Garden; There are several fun spots here like the kids playground, kuik noish, swimming pool, bars and library.
📍 BMT Garden Adetokunbo Ademola crescent Wuse2.

Places To Visit This weekend In Abuja

7). Art and Craft market: Shop beautiful art pieces at the art and craft market Jabi. You can window shop and also take lovely pictures 😁.
📍 Jabi,

Places To Visit This weekend In Abuja

8). Ushafa; Visit Ushafa crushed rock, that is if you haven’t been there. You can also access Usman Dam from here.
📍Bwari area council

Places To Visit This weekend In Abuja


Presenting Abuja’s Best Kept Secret: Crush Rock Mpape

9). Bwari Pottery: Go mould your own clay pots at Bwari Pottery, fee is 1.5k. you can also shop some art pieces here. To visit you have to book ahead. Honestly this place is over hyped and isn’t worth the long drive, but you can check out for yourself.
📍Bwari. Near law school.

Places To Visit This weekend In Abuja

Have you visited any of these places?? Will you be visiting? Pls tag us when you do.

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