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The National museum of Ghana is an important tourist attraction. We recommend it especially for those embarking on educational tour. But it is quite unfortunate that the museum is currently closed indefinitely due to an ongoing renovation.
I was lucky to get the services of a tour guide who is on site. Listening to her give the background to the pictures and artifacts definitely made this an interesting and enjoyable visit. Had I just gone around on my own, I think I...More
During my half day tour around Accra on Monday 27/11/17 we called into the National Museum Of Ghana for the first stop with my driver / tour guide &, unfortunately on arrival we were informed from staff the Museum is still closed due to renovations...More
Went to the National Museum with an old friend from Abu Dhabi as our first point of call on our Accra tour. It was an embarrassing site. The building is supposed to have been locked up for renovation about three years ago. There was absolutely...More
When I first visited the Museum in 2002 Nkrumah's statue was broken up and laying in a side yard. Now it is restored. The displays are still be bit dusty, but the variety of cultural artifacts is the best I've seen. If I remember correctly,...More
Aside the old relics found in this national museum there is so much history to dig out. For those still in their youthful years my piece of advice is for them to pay a visit to this place. There is a narator/tour guide to send...More
I know you have to adjust expectation to where you visit but this is very poor. Don't bother visiting. The gallery was closed when I visited but you can tell from other exhibits it is a national embarrassment
The museum was closed for renovations when we got there, but someone still allowed us in to look around. There was no work going on. There was barely any artefacts on display. The building is extremely small. Hardly museum quality. They said they would be...More