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Kwame Nkrumah Memorial Park

High St., Accra, Ghana
+233 23 367 1610
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A small museum dedicated to the country's founding father.
  • Excellent32%
  • Very good39%
  • Average23%
  • Poor5%
  • Terrible1%
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“kwame nkrumah” (72 reviews)
“nice park” (12 reviews)
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High St., Accra, Ghana
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+233 23 367 1610
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The grounds are very attractive. We visited on a holiday, so there were buses of school children visiting at the same time. Nkrumah and his wife are buried in this huge white marble stone edifice, that is very unusual.

Thank Betty L
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Definitely a place to visit whilst your in Accra. It's cheap and cheerful but is a very special place as it was the last resting place for Kwame Nkrumah. It's peaceful and well kept also.

Thank MellBN
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

The park is a pleasant place to stroll and enjoy some peace after the pressures of the city. The museum was a highlight of a visit to Accra I made a few years back, but it has apparently not been well maintained and has been...More

Thank Virginian18
Reviewed 12 June 2017

Make it a very short stop, the background is more interesting than the stop itself. It reading up aheaad of time

Thank EKnive
Reviewed 10 June 2017 via mobile

Visited the mall with our driver, Moses from Land tours, Ghana. I met people that I met on Facebook. Francis Awuni walking tours.

Thank Stephanie N
Reviewed 5 June 2017 via mobile

Nice park, green and clean, with a lovely water fountain in the middle. At the front gate we got hassled a bit by the local salesmen trying to sell their woven bracelets asking for your name so that they can put it on the bracelet....More

Thank rals80
Reviewed 28 May 2017 via mobile

A pleasure being at this Park. A deep sense of history. You get to relive the 1940-1970. Learnt quite a bit that l did not know. Books available for purchase. Beautiful grounds. Excellent ambience for experiencing nature.

Thank Lillian A
Reviewed 21 May 2017

The compound of the museum is beautiful with fountains, statues, grave memorial, and flowers. The museum is small, but interesting with guidance by friendly personnel. highly recommended.

Thank MLovei
Reviewed 21 May 2017 via mobile

This is the most aesthetically pleasing spot I've visited in Accra. The beautiful fountains and well-kept lawns and foliage make it as nice as any small park in the U.S. or Europe. The small museum located in the park has many very interesting photos cataloging...More

1  Thank MattJP77
Reviewed 10 May 2017 via mobile

Alot of information here. The Place where Kwame Nkrumah declared Ghana's Independence See the car given to Kwame Nkrumah by President Kennedy.

Thank 1037thebeat
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Toguna
23 October 2016|
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Response from Gholdy | Reviewed this property |
It's was 3 cedis for Ghanaian adults. I don't remember the price for Non Ghanaian adults but I think Oyesola might be right.
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believerat32
18 June 2016|
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Response from Kofi A | Reviewed this property |
its a symbol ushering in a new era of freedom from European colonialism
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