UGANDA NATIONAL MUSEUM
The National Museum is 2.5km along Kira road from the heart of Kampala city. The museum was established in 1908 and It is the oldest in East Africa. In the Uganda Museum you find assortments of item/objects from the different traditional chiefs. The Museum holds items on Uganda’s history, natural historical samples, musical instruments and archeological items.
Situated on Kasubi hill. The Kasubi Tombs site is an active religious place in the Buganda Kingdom. KASUBI TOMBS are burial ground for the previous four Kabakas, therefore, the Kasubi Tombs is a place where the Kabaka and others in Buganda’s complex cultural hierarchy frequently carry out important centuries-old Ganda rituals
The first Baha'i Temple on the continent and it is known as the "Mother Temple of Africa" it was built between 1957 and 1960 on Kikaaya hill three miles in the western horizon of Kampala city, it represents oneness and unity with its nine sides. It is surrounded by a beautiful green compound with a wide range of birds and photographic opportunities. It is also known as The Dawning Place of the Praise of God.
The Katereke Prison ditch is claimed to have been dug by former king of Buganda, Kabaka Kalema in the late 19th Century. It is a unique structure from a deranged and savagery time in the history of Buganda Kingdom. This ditch that circles an area of about 70 meter in diameter today features as an attraction and attracts a good number of tourists. The Katereke Prison ditch has turned into stunning earth works close to ten meters from up to it’s bottom.
Namirembe hill is where Bulange Mengo the parliament and administration structure of the large Buganda kingdom is situated.
A straight Kabaka Anjagala road leads directly from the palace’s main gate to the parliament a perfect place to learn the history of Buganda which is identical to that of Uganda as a country.
Owino market is the largest open market in Uganda and it sits on 6 – 8 hectares with over 35,000 traders, It is famous for its second-hand clothes it offers to Ugandans at affordable prices. This market sells several other items like food stuff, electronics etc and it is a very crowded place, but in the end, it is always worth the long fascinating tiring adventure. I know you will enjoy your City Day Tour. See you Soon.
Best time to visit: December to February. it is dry season all places can be reached.
High Season:June to September (This is the time Uganda receives many tourists.)
Low Season: March, April, May, October and November (Because of the heavy rains.)
Best Weather:June, July (This is the time when the rains end and the temperatures are still low)
Worst Weather: April, May and August to October (Heavy rains and terrible heat and dust in August)