National Cultural Centre
Prempeh II Jubilee Museum
This museum may be small but the personalised tour included with admission is a fascinating introduction to Ashanti culture and history....
From afar, the Kejetia Market looks like an alien mothership landed in the centre of Kumasi. Closer up, the rusting tin roofs of this...
Manhyia Palace Museum
Manhyia Palace was built by the British in 1925 to receive Prempeh I when he returned from a quarter of a century of exile in the...
A friendly beer joint with an outdoor patio on the street; inside it’s all diamond-shaped mirrors and big-screen sports.
Vic Baboo's is an institution among travellers and expats. With the biggest menu in town, this place is whatever you want it to be –...
National Cultural Centre information
The National Cultural Centre is set within peaceful, shaded grounds and includes craft workshops, where you can see brassworking, woodcarving, pottery making, batik cloth dyeing and kente cloth weaving, as well as a gallery and crafts shop.