A great place to learn about the history and culture of the Buganda Kingdom, guided tours here take you inside the parliament building,...
Sanyu Babies Home
Receives and raises abandoned babies, many who have been left to die in ditches or latrines. Has a craft shop and a hostel popular with...
The huge domed Anglican cathedral, finished in 1919, has a distinct Mediterranean feel. In years past the congregation was called to...
Amakula Culture Club
Local film screenings every Tuesday at 7pm.
Tuhende Safari Lodge
A mix of simple snacks and meals during the day, but the chargrilled steaks and fish in the evenings are the speciality. The vegetable...
Rubaga Cathedral information
The twin-towered Roman Catholic cathedral is just as enormous as Namirembe, but not nearly as spectacular. Nevertheless, it has great historical significance: in the transept is a memorial to the Uganda Martyrs (dozens of Ugandan Christians burnt or hacked to death by Kabaka Mwanga II in 1885 and 1886 for refusing to renounce the white man’s religion); 22 Catholic victims, later declared saints, are enshrined in the stained-glass windows.