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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” (73 reviews)
“nice park” (13 reviews)
“great man” (15 reviews)
High St., Accra, Ghana
+233 23 367 1610
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Reviewed 11 July 2017

Have visited this nice park in order to take some further insights on the country's recent history. Wonderful water ponds with small piper- statue fountains will definitely make you take some photos...

Thank Marmanik
Reviewed 11 July 2017

Very memorable and moving, especially for those with a sense for history, and an appreciation for the Pan-African movement.

Thank Anthony W
Reviewed 10 July 2017

Great place to learn about the 1st President of Ghana. Although the museum is kind of stark, they have a few items of his that shows how simple he was.

Thank Nana082014
Reviewed 9 July 2017 via mobile

Beautiful display. Great history displayed about the remarkable president. Bring your hand fan for the History museum but worth the effort to see.

Thank Shea199601
Reviewed 7 July 2017 via mobile

The park is nice, but not very well maintained. There was s a small museum as well, which has original documents and belongings of Kwame Nkrumah. The entry fee for foreigners is a bit overpriced, but with the lack of sights in Accra, I guess...More

Thank Patrick E
Reviewed 4 July 2017 via mobile

This is a very limited place. There are 2 artifacts that I appreciated but most was not worth paying or spend too much time.

Thank J B
Reviewed 30 June 2017 via mobile

We had a good time during our visit. An important historical place n will recommend others to take a trip there. The older statute has to be repaired cos it doesn't look good.

1  Thank Florence M
Reviewed 29 June 2017

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 25 June 2017 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 24 June 2017 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
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Nazeemah S
2 August 2017|
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Response from Shea199601 | Reviewed this property |
Yes, we had a great time viewing the statues, the museum and beautiful grounds. enjoy
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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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