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Cape Coast Castle Cape Coast
A well preserved historical building, providing several museums in one
An amazingly interesting place with skilled and knowledgeable guides and an informative museum
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The park is nicely maintained, the memorial is quiet and nice to see, and the museum has a knowledgeable staff who answered any questions we had.
The museum houses many photos, personal items, and memorabilia of Kwame Nkrumah and stimulated for me an intense interest in the man who led Ghana to independence in 1957.
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Ground and museum was nice Museum is small but excellent historical monuments and sculpture outside on grounds
Be sure to take time to visit the museum located there.
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The guides a very knowledgeable, This the great way to learn The museum also displays some past kings and queens of Ashanti's wax Scupture.
the museum guide a very knowledgeable of Ashanti history and very friendly staff.
It is an art gallery and museum of cultures, not just a shop.
interesting Ashanti history Anglo-Ashanti war. the museum is located in the heart of the city center opposite the Ghana Commercial Bank, near to the Kumasi Main Post office.
Of special personal interest, this multi building museum within a fort,held the full attention of the small group I was attached to by the incredible guide.
Enjoyable experience love museums
Loved my time visiting the Museum of Ghana, So much to see and read it was very interesting and to see the school kids learning as well was awesome.
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... really worth a visit - I find the history of the Ashanti region very interesting, and it links up to what you learn in terms of history from visiting some of the other sites in Kumasi such as the Palace Museum.
The museum staff is extremely knowledgeable and gives a vivid recount of the history.
The Museum is a great reminder of the dark days in the world.
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