Stopped here as part of a bode bode tour. 5$ per person. Interesting to see the Amin torture chamber and the setting of the palace is beautiful. the rest is run down and filthy.
I was here at the Tourism Expo and at the same time celebrating the 20 years of come back of the King. Great timing. I think that it would be rather boring if there was no happening. Didn't see much of the palace though. So definitely fun if something is taking place, dress up like a Ugandan (cover your knees... More
It's interesting to learn that the Kabaka lives in a 'birdsnest' instead of this magnificent palace. The palace sits on 64 acres of land and surrounded by an ancient red brick wall. Apparently,the wall was built on orders of king Mwanga ,infamously known for executing early Christians. Though the main house looks fab the surroundings looks unpleasant due to poor... More
Known as the Buganda royal palace, it's a nice place where with a guide you will learn a lot about Buganda and local history. The guides are friendly and know their stuff. The tour also takes you down (5 min walk) to Idi Amins 'torture chamber' with more interesting history, although horrible. This place is also great for pictures, they... More
Make a visit and have tour round the palace with a guide, a bit of the Uganda history. We could just see the palace from the outside which i renovated. Lubiri palace is the official residence of the king of Buganda. You we also be guided to the torture chambers, see pieces of a wreck of the only Royce Rolls... More
Lubiri palace is the official residence of the king of Buganda, however he doesn't actually live there and only visits a couple of times a year for state functions. You cannot enter the palace and are not allowed to walk around it properly either - you can view it from the front. In the lower section of the grounds is... More
When in Uganda, I would definately visit this place - to learn a bit about the history of the country - and some of the bad stuff that has happened there. The guides are very knowledgeable about the part the palace has played in the history of Uganda
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