The Royal Mile- Kampala Attraction
A great place to learn about the history and culture of the Buganda Kingdom, guided tours take you inside the parliament building, providing interesting stories and details about the 56 different clans. The Buganda Parliament is held twice a month on Monday mornings, though it is conducted in Luganda. At the other end of a ceremonial Royal drive leading from parliament, is the Lubiri Palace which was built in 1922. In the 1970s, during the regime of Field Martial Idi Amin Dada, the palace was duly converted to army barracks, while an adjacent site became a notorious underground prison and torture-execution chamber. Guided through this terrifying site, a dark concrete tunnel with numerous dark, damp cells separated by an electrified passage of water to prevent escape with argony messages written with blood on the inside walls by the prisoners. At the gate of this palace is a traditional fire source that has never burnt out since the inception of the Buganda Kingdom and shall never stop burning least a king is dead. Here is a representation of all Baganda Clans and their respective role in this Kingdom since time immemorial as narrated by a royalist at this fire source. To book this tour, call us +256 701367970 or simply whatsapp us on +256 772 367972.
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This is a display of Uganda’s cultural heritage where on can see ethnological and natural-historical exhibitions. It is a vivid reminder of the country’s colorful past.
Its called ‘MashriquI-Adhkar’, the Persian translation of the drawning place of the praise of God. It is also a mother temple of Africa and is located in kampala city.
|Uganda Matrys Shrine Tour
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A Unesco world heritage site, these tombs were built in 1881 and currently house the remains of 4 kings of the Buganda Kingdoms