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2019 is the year of home coming of African Americans in the diaspora. To those who believe they come from Ghana and others who are interested in the history of the trans - Atlantic Slave trade, the UNESCO world heritage site the cape coast castle...More
My eyes were open to so much. There is so much to learn and to literally weep over. The things these poor slaves experienced is painful to hear and just to try to imagine. Reaching the point of no return is a sobering moment.
The most tragic experience of our life. The emotional turmoil over the kidnapping, forced incarceration and brutality rained down upon my ancestors sent of to the Caribbean and the Americas. Through the door of NO RETURN.
YET BITTERLY AND PROUDLY there we stood. Empowered that...More
We visited this castle after Elmina, which I believe is even more impressive. The interesting museum here, the scenery, the dungeons, the fact that all the area surrounding it is still so active - gives you a feeling that this all happened not so long...More
It was with much reverence for those that suffered here that we visited this former slave holding castle and dungeons. It's hard to imagine the suffering that people endured here and elsewhere during the slave trade. We pray for freedom of all people.
This is the most preserved of the extant enslavement structures in West Africa. The tour guides give a riveting account of the warehousing of humans before transporting them to the Americas and the Caribbean. The guides explain the purpose of the holding cells for men,...More
To step into the slave dungeons that held so many before being transported through the middle passage to the Americas and other places, pulled at my heart. As I closed my eyes and listened to the tour guide tell what it was like, you could...More
This is a very good tour, reasonably priced, and interesting. You learn a lot about the history of the castle, when it was built, what nations occupied it and when, and the slave trade of which the castle played a large part. The tour is...More
Response from Dave_Cowley_Road | Reviewed this property |
Hi Sheena, yes I agree with Andrea, booking is not necessary, tour is included in the admission ticket price and this is not expensive. I think there are tours every half hour and they are good. The guides know their stuff