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Kwame Nkrumah Memorial Park

902 Reviews

Kwame Nkrumah Memorial Park

902 Reviews
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Way Farer wrote a review Nov 2020
Rijeka, Croatia134 contributions10 helpful votes
Enough people left their reviews here, so whatever I say, I can probably only repeat what someone else must’ve already said before. The only thing I may point out is the fact that I first visited this park in 2011. This year was my second visit. Back then, the fountains were working and the basin was full of water. This year, they were out of function and the basin was dry. If it was merely a temporary maintenance, then it’s fine. However, in Africa one can never know. It would be sad if it was a case of a more permanent neglect. When there is water, entire memorial looks much better.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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kween3546 wrote a review Nov 2020
New York City, New York22 contributions8 helpful votes
Everything you need to know about Kwame Nkrumah & Ghana is here. Its a must see attraction in Ghana, especially if its your first time. You wont be dissapointed
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Date of experience: December 2019
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TravelingPirate13 wrote a review Aug 2020
Columbus, Ohio198 contributions38 helpful votes
Interesting location to visit. We went as part of a larger tour day and definitely enjoyed our time here. It shows both personal and national history with some interesting artifacts inside. Nice grounds/park to wonder outside as well. Not much of a gift shop, but be careful of the vendors standing outside. They'll take your name and create souvenirs for your with your name on them, trying to guilt you into buying them.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Nathan Kwame Otoo wrote a review Mar 2020
Accra, Ghana8 contributions
It is one of the exciting attractions to visit in Ghana, it gives you the history of our first President. With all the beautiful fountain, Dignitaries gardens, the statues.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Naa Dedei wrote a review Mar 2020
12 contributions1 helpful vote
This location is open all week long and it’s easy to get in. However there is no one to welcome you when you walk in and there are no guides. You may walk by a gentleman or two as you walk through the place but they offer absolutely no help. I have heard that lighter skinned people and blacks with English/ American accents are treated differently but I haven’t confirmed this for myself. My initial visit was with an organized school group 16 years ago and it was the only time I experienced a guide there, perhaps because arrangements were made or there was better service at the time. The experience from my last two visits which were about 5 years apart is what I have recounted here. Friends and family have had similar experiences. As a museum designated to the first president of Ghana who is such an iconic figure, the organization at this place certainly needs to step up.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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