Freedom Park, an historical site - a former prison yard in the Colonial era, has been converted into a rallying point for the arts. A melting pot of sorts for drama, music, art and crafts and the likes. Just as named, the architectural theme adopted throughout the park emphasizes the notion of freedom - the Restrooms have no doors!
A place for upcoming artists to showcase their works, it is also a wonderful place to relax after a hard day's work as it shares close proximity with the ever bolstering city of Lagos - Nigeria's commercial nerve center.
Freedom Park with its array of eateries, bars and wifi environment is sure ready to bring back the memories of the good old yet safe times in Lagos. However, the managers of this laudable initiative would do well to keep the nearby Police Station (Lion Building) in check as the frequent parking of impounded vehicles along one of the Park's entrances apart from creating a bottleneck may also be a hinderance in the event of an emergency evacuation.
For a visitor to Lagos, Freedom Park is a place to visit - a blend of history, culture and the hospitality of Lagosians is always on the menu.
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