fun and educative. it was a beautiful experience to know the history of the first president of ghana
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What an education. It was lovely to visit and learn about this site and Dr. Nkrumah's legacy. You will learn about Ghana's humble beginnings as an independent nation and this leader's vision as the first president after attain independence.
If you're a tourist and interested in Ghana's political history, then this is a site you should visit. Dedicated to Ghana's first president, who led the country in thier struggle for independence. You will learn a lot about his achievements, his life before his presidency,...More
Kwame Nukrumah memorial park is a nice break from the hectic Accra capital on a sunny day. At the time I went there, we were some of the few tourists there and could walk around in peace. I'll recommend to go to the museum at...More
It's a cool place and there's an incredible historical significance behind it. That being said, it's not kept up very well. The museum is small and kind of sad.
I had to coerce my boyfriend to visit this site with me but at the end of it he thanked me. Our tour guide was Mohammed who was personable and extremely knowledgeable. The actual museum part of the tour was under renovation so we didn't...More
Took the time to visit this small museum consisting mainly of personal items of Dr. Kwhame Nrumah, Ghana's first leader. Unfortunately items are kept there without any restoration, lighting is bad and the a/c was turned on only as a group of visitors came in...More
It was a nice visit, however I did expect more. Workman were cleaning the water exhibit. The memorial where the President`s and wife`s body lay is very well done. Pure marble and very well kept. I do think the country could refurbish the Presidential Blue...More
I'm Nigerian but I deeply appreciate the passion and ambition shown by great men like Dr. Nkrumah. This man led Ghana to her independence and dreamt of a united Africa. His dreams were however cut short in a deposition led by Col. Kotoka. The Mausoleum...More