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I spent a few hours walking through the fort which holds a good collection of military arms accoutrements and memorabilia. Was disappointed but the quality of the tour guide. She was asking for money and wasn't too excited about what she was doing. I will...More
This is definitely worth a visit if you are in Kumasi - you get taken around with a guide and as a Brit I found it very interesting and was also very ashamed at how we treated the Ghanaian soldiers who fought for us. A...More
Great museum that shows how the Britisch coloniser act like animals towards the local people. The local soldiers got permission to wear shoes in 1937 ... before they where barefoot ... Big suprise the locals fought against the Japanees in WW II.
Interesting to see the machete's used by in the war in Rwanda, some local weapons and flags from the RWAFF. The tour was a little too long and boring sometimes. I would have liked to see more antique weapons from the period before the English...More
This is extremely boring unless you are especially interested in war machines.
I provides little context . History in Asante, especially against the British is
amazing and very gripping, but one does not learn about it here.
Rich history, guides are very informative. I have lead many travelers to this historical site and they always love it. 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...More
We arrived on a Sunday and like almost everything else in Ghana, it was closed. However, a friendly security guide took us around the complex and gave us a history lesson. We couldn't go inside many of the buildings but it was still a nice...More
It was a one hour tour. Tour costs 10 ghc for non ghanaians and 3 ghc for ghanaians. Our tour guide was patient and fun. Pictures are not allowed to be taken inside except you pay 5 ghc or 10 ghc for videos
Amazing site, heavy with history of the Ashanti ethnic group, British colonization of Central Ghana and the Ghanaian armed forces from its inception to today. From service in the British Army in WWI to U.N. peace keeping operations in the 21st century. The guides are...More