Olumo Rock in Abeokuta, Birikisu Sugbo Shrine at Oke-Eri, Yemoji Natural Swimming Pool at Ijebu-Ode, Oyan Dam in Abeokuta North, Iwopin Boat Regatta and Ebute-Oni in Ogun Waterside. Others sities are Madam Tinubu Shrine, Abeokuta; Oronna Shrine, Ilaro. Area J4 Forest Reserve; Tongeji Island, Ipokia. Old Manse at Ogbe,Abeokuta; St.James Anglican School, Ota and Ijamido River Shrine,Ota.
In the area of culture, the State has a lot to offer Nigeria and the international community. The State is an embodiment of outstanding traditional cultures which over time have been refined without distortions to make them internationally attractive and alluring. In effect, the State is today the touristâ€™s delight. From Remo to Egba and from Yewa to Ijebu, there abound spectacular tourist attraction that could leave the most cynical tourist gasping for breath.
Some of the State’s traditional festivals have become the talk of town not only in Nigeria but also in the international community. Included here are the Egungun, Osun, Igunuko, Ogun, Olumo, Gelede, Oro, Orisa Oko, Obinrin Ojowu, Agemo, Obalufon festivals, to name the most fascinating and thrilling ones.
Apart from these, the State boasts of water fronts that could easily be developed and upgraded to beaches and arenas of real recreation in some areas of the State like Makun Omi in Ogun Waterside Local Government Area and Akere in Ipokia Local Government Area. Resort centres, boat riders, and holiday and sundry facilities could be provided to further develop the State to make it the foremost tourist centre in the country.
Perhaps the most popular tourist attraction in the State is the Olumo Rock located in the heart of Abeokuta. Legendary tales has it that it protected the people of Egba against enemy attacks during the frequent wars that characterized the ancient city centuries. There are also the old Manse at Ogbe in Abeokuta and Madam Tinubu Shrine in Ilaro, Tongeji Island in Ipokia, St. James Anglican School in Ota, Ijamido River shrine also in Ota and Area J4 Forest Reserve all of which offer remarkable tourist attractions.span style= Besides, the State is blessed with an abundance of historic monuments that include the Bilikisu Sungbo Shrine at Oke-Eri near Ijebu Ode and River Yemoji which has a natural swimming pool at Ijebu Ode.