Palais des Nations
Musée National is the country's largest collection of masks, statues and musical instruments. It's modest, but interesting. Woodcarvers...
Oppo Atelier is an association of welders that makes funky sculptures from scrap metal near the Palais du Peuple. You can watch the...
Jardin 2 Octobre
Many families gather in Jardin 2 Octobre on weekends.
Lonely Planet review
Intended to be the venue for the Organisation of African Unity conference in 1984, which was cancelled when Sekou Touré died, the grand Palais des Nations served as the president's office until being destroyed in the February 1996 army rebellion. It is still in ruins. Near the palace are 50 Moorish-style villas, built to house African presidents during the conference meeting and now used as residences and offices.