Should your adventurous spirit, journey or work ever take you to Kaduna, here are five places to visit.
The Kaduna mMuseum contains various artworks and ethnographic materials that tell visitors a lot about the culture and history of the state.
A traditional craft village is also located within the museum and visitors can observe artists while work is ongoing. The museum was opened in 1975.
The Lugard Footbridge/General Hassan Katsina Park
Built by Fredrick Lugard in 1904, the footbridge is located at General Hassan Katsina Park, Kaduna.
The Lugard Footbridge was transported down to Kaduna after the amalgamation of the northern and southern protectorates in 1920.
Its landlord, General Hassan Katsina Park, was used as a garden during the colonial era. It is one of the oldest parks in Nigeria
The park is home to animals such as ostriches, crocodiles, tortoises, etc.
Kajuru Castle is a luxury resort built in early medieval style at Kajuru village in Kaduna.
The magnificent architectural masterpiece is a favourite location for tourists. Built by a German expatriate, Kajuru is heavily influenced by European designs.
Bedrooms in the castle are designed to look like dungeons while crocodiles are said to be protecting its gates.
Emir of Zazzau Palace
The Emir of Zazzau Palace, which is made of mud, is surrounded by high walls with beautifully designed gates.
The palace walls are colourfully painted and adorned with the emir’s insignia.
Visitors to Zazzau Palace may get a chance to meet with the emir while sightseeing.
Matsirga Waterfall, popularly called ‘river wonderful’, is blissful, breathtaking and awe-rendering. It takes its source from springs on Kagoro Hills.
The fall cascades down from a height of about 30 metres, with a roaring thud as it hits the ground.
Often, cold vapour can be seen coming out of the mouth of the cave while a rainbow has been occasionally spotted hovering above the water.
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