Cultural attractions in Accra include the National Museum the National Theatre and the imposing Kwame Nkrumah Memorial Park. There is OSU castle, the seat of government. Art galleries include the Artists Alliance Gallery, Joe’s Perspective Art Boutique and the Nubuke Foundation for West African Art, in addition to smaller galleries and studios of every kind with African Paintings, Sculptures crafts and other art. If you need to relax at the beach Accra, there are beaches in Accra and vicinity including the popular Labadi beach, Kokrobite and the popular New Coco Beach Resort locate east of Accra.
Traveling to Ghana – The Gateway to West Africa
Ghana is progressing at a speedy economic clip, aided substantially by the newly discovered commercial quantities of oil and gas. The thriving economy coupled with Ghana’s status as a peaceful democracy that welcomes entrepreneurs and a tourist alike, make it a must visit location.
Ghana has multiple tourism, vacation and cultural attractions and welcomes tourists who know they can enjoy a relaxing vacation in a peaceful, developing country where prices are affordable.
Shopping in Ghana
There is an abundance of opportunities in Ghana for bargain hunters. Opportunities exists at the Accra Mall and Marina Mall where luxury international brands compete with the latest Ghanaian fashion creations that regularly showcase the much loved hand-woven Kente Cloth.
Not to be missed are the uniquely Ghanaian opportunities to bargain in the lively and well known Makola market and the out of town Kaneshie Market with their jumble of stalls selling almost everything.