Centre For National Culture, Accra

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  • Address: John Evans Atta Mills High St, Accra, Ghana
  • Timings: 12:00 am - 05:00 am Details
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Things to Know Before Visiting Centre For National Culture

  • 3.15% of people who visit Accra include Centre For National Culture in their plan

  • 72.73% of people plan their visit to Centre For National Culture around 1 PM

  • People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Centre For National Culture

Tuesday and Saturday

95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Centre For National Culture

People normally club together Jamestown Cafe and La Piazza while planning their visit to Centre For National Culture.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures

Centre For National Culture, Accra Reviews

  • Best place to obtain souvenirs, Kente, Ghanaian art, fabrics, sculpture and masks. There is a wide variety of every item and the folks there are quiet friendly. The prices are also good and one can negotiate to obtain best prices. The centre can be found on the Accra high street just next to the Kwame Nkrumah mausoleum.

  • Great place to find all kinds of Ghanaian African artefacts. Wooden carving, beeds, African Print fabrics etc.. All in one location..but be prepared to get hustled.. Cuss everyone wants to sell.. So you'll have a number of people call you out at the same time. If you are Caucasian its worse.. A system should be set in place. So you got to be smart..

  • It's the home of creative ideas and wheremade in Ghana goods are sold for a good and an affordable price which all class can afford to purchase items they want,and one thing I love about the place is the bargaining of prices on items.

  • Whatever souvenir from Ghana you are looking for - here you can find metall, wood, Kenya works, paintings, new stuff made look old, old stuff made look new and a lot of nice friends inviting you for a chat in their store. It is almost hussle-free and you will get to know Ghanaians from their friendliest side. A recommendation firnthose whonhave their leather bags getting damaged: they not only sell new good looking ones but also have some fine skill to repair. Best time to visit 9am when its not yet too hot.

  • Lots of good stuff. Well priced and safe environment. Very hot

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