The royal enclosure at Kasubi Hill, also known as the Ssekabaka’s Tombs, was first built in 1881. The site contained many circular structures, including the royal tombs of four Kabakas of Buganda. The tombs were held in straw thatched buildings. The site remains on important spiritual and political site for the Baganda people. In 2001, the Kasubi Tombs were declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The Kabakas buried at the site were:
- Muteesa I (1835-1884)
- Mwanga II (1867-1903)
- Daudi Chwa II (1896-1939)
- Sir Edward Muteesa II (1924-1969).