Lekki Arts & Craft Market

  • 5 Review(s)

Elegushi Modern Plaza, Lekki, Nigeria

Arts, Culture & Reading


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Reviews for Lekki Arts & Craft Market

  • Ayo A (3 years ago)

    Silver Member

    This is the place for the art lovers. Lovely art pieces that are locally made. This is a place where you can get locally made leather bags, ankara bags, clothes (dashiki, Ankara tops, Ankara dresses, kaftans...), sculptures, art works on canvases, beads, bracelets, slippers. For artists looking for a place to frame their works, most of the artists there can help at a reasonable price (you just have to negotiate very well). They have stores that sell provisions in bulk and there are also Chinese stores for food... The art market is a lovely place but the road there is really bad especially during the rainy season (people living there have rain boots on like they are normal shoes. THAT'S HOW BAD THE ROAD CAN GET). It's quite sad that it is not a place everyone knows about because it is hidden and people don't really go there due to the bad road.Parking is terrible. If you love African things,have friends who do or family and haven't been there, then, you are missing out.

  • Wahab Sodiq (3 years ago)

    Silver Member

    nice arts and crafts arena . if you love same like me ,then you dont need to miss such kind of place . cool types of arts are been made and their service is okay too. but they need more space for proper customer satisfaction

  • Nsikan divine (3 years ago)

    if you really love african culture and their products, you wouldn't hesitate to visit lekki art and craft market.where all varieties of african beads, paintings and others are being sold

  • Abby I. (3 years ago)

    Gold Member

    A true art lover's haven. They have everything here- beads, dresses, shoes, purses, artwork, furniture, you name it. I usually come here to buy gifts for people. And yeah, as someone mentioned, haggle so you get a good deal. The parking is horrible tho.

  • Yinka Agbi (3 years ago)

    Silver Member

    A busy market with numerous merchants that sell a wide variety of items that showcase local talent, from paintings, African print purses, beads, metal work, etc. Prices are reasonable but make sure you negotiate to ensure that you are getting the best deal. Parking is an issue here.