"It is an irony, the paradox of that conversion into a place of creativity, of imagination of excitement, a corner for children, just converting restrain into freedom"
Prof. Wole SoyinkaNoble Laureate for Literature
''Freedom Park is a testimony that points to our administration's commitment and belief in freedom as the essential purpose of governance― freedom from need, freedom from poverty and its many spin-offs, and the freedom from insecurity.''
Babatunde Raji Fashola (SAN)Former Governor of Lagos State
"The Uniqueness of this project is the fact that it is entrenched in history and has so much wealth of information beneath it."
Arch. Theo LawsonVisioner, Freedom Park Lagos
''I had a great experience at Freedom Park, knowing the Nigerian history, with a wonderful guide.
Thank you Daniel, for your kind information provided.''
Ohredo MirondaAmbassador of Mexico
''Thank you Daniel, for an amazing adventure through history. This tour will stay with me, I have a lot to think about and unpack''
''This land and its building that started with sad beginnings, now has a vibrant and uplifting energy! It was a great place to learn of the terrible British Colonization. Now It pays tributes to the Artists, Musicians and Artisans of Nigeria. We are coming back to watch the boxing!''
Ham Bnei Tourist
''We were honoured to meet the Architect who arrived in the Park and said hello!''
What a wonderful tour! Very informative and interesting to learn about the history of this place, and how Freedom Park has managed to preserve it!
Hannah TemmeEnglish Resident
I'm so happy that a place of such sad history has been transformed to a place of celebration and symbol of freedom.
It was interesting to learn about many activists who fought for their country's freedom and rights.
It was an honour to be here and I can't wait to come back and experience a show on the stage.
Stella & Thomas
I have been taken on a guided tour by young Daniel - a gifted tour guide with articulate delivery and excellent knowledge of the site's history.
The credit of preserving this history goes to the Government of Lagos State under Governor Babatunde Raji Fashola's leadership, who had the enlightenment to embrace Arch. Theo Lawson's vision to preserve this evidence of colonial correction's history.
Well done, all impressive must be supported.