We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
All reviews kwame nkrumah small museum world leaders african history great man history lesson lots of history personal items great history his wife his life trees planted historical place guided tour take pictures fountain president
The park is off a main street in Accra. There is ample car parking. We were taken as guests so I do not know if there is a fee for parking. The park includes a small museum with a chronology, artifacts and photos from Kwame...More
The park is always a good place to visit whenever you are in Accra. The place is wearing a good look than our previous visits, just the surrounding has to be kept clean, mostly under the trees.
Then sits should be provided under the trees...More
It's a good place in general, nice way tot see the history of Nkrumah and Ghana. The museum could be expanded upon and have something interactive. But we need more of this in Ghana, so it's worth the visit.
The trees gifted by various leaders...More
Once again I was at the Kwame Nkrumah Memorial Park with tourist when I took my group round on a walking tour. So exciting it was but very discouraging to have noticed few things which beautify the park not working. Maintenance culture which seems not...More
A 10 cedi entrance fee into the gardens (plus gets you into the small but interesting museum). The grounds are well kept although the water features were all completely broken.
The small museum is by far the most interesting (and most informative) part of the...More
Visited the Park last week and was disappointed at the poor quality of the museum and the attraction generally. We were told (from another review) to visit the museum first, which was best way as it gives background to the Park and the person himself....More
First time in Ghana so this was a must see for my travelling party. Very interesting and informative. My only nag was that the water feature wasn't working . I can only imagine how spectacular it would've looked.Definitely worth a visit.
As first time visitors to Ghana our hosts took us sightseeing and this was one of the places we went to. The guide was very knowledgeable about Ghana’s history especially as it relates to the late Kwame Nkruma. The guide also engaged us so it...More