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Attractions

Rubaga Cathedral

Rubaga Cathedral

The twin-towered Roman Catholic cathedral is the oldest Cathedral in Uganda. It has great historical significance

Ndere Centre

Ndere Centre

Ndere Centre is the Home of Cultures, the center is built on 9 acres of well-maintained green, beautifully flowered walk ways

Lubiri Palace and Bulange Parliament

Lubiri Palace and Bulange Parliament

At the other end of a ceremonial Royal drive leading from parliament on Buganda Kingdom,

Namugongo Shrine

Namugongo Shrine

This is where 22 Catholic young men/martyrs were officially burnt to ashes around 3 June 1886 after rebelling against Kabaka Mwanga

Bahai Temple

Bahai Temple

Visit the mother Temple of the Bahai faith in Africa. And just like the faith it represents, the Bahai temple is no ordinary house of worship.

Kabaka's Lake

Kabaka's Lake

It located in Ndeeba, between Ring Road and Nabunya Road.This Lake was dug out on the orders of Kabaka Mwanga in the 1880 as an 'escape corridor' to L

Uganda Museum

Uganda Museum

Founded in 1908 and still exhibits ethnological, natural historical and traditional life collections of Uganda's cultural heritage.

Lake Victoria

A fully guided Kampala city tour offers a great opportunity to visit some of the most popular historical sites like the Independence monument, Kasubi tombs, War memorial, the Gadhafi Mosque and Sir Edward Muteesa 1 monument.

Lake Victoria

Tap to the beach vacation experience in the outskirts of the city at the Lake Victoria

Old Kampala Mosque

The Uganda National Mosque is a mosque located at Kampala Hill in the Old Kampala area of Kampala, Uganda. It is the largest mosque in East Africa in a country where, as of 2014, 14% of the population is Muslim. Wikipedia Address: Old Kampala Rd, Kam

Old Kampala Mosque

Gaddafi Mosque, also known as Uganda National Mosque is the largest mosque in East Africa located about 2km from the city centre