Armed Forces Museum
- Address: Stewart Ave, Kumasi, Ghana
- Ticket Price: Free
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16.67% of people who visit Kumasi include Armed Forces Museum in their plan
95% of people start their Armed Forces Museum visit around 12 PM
People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Armed Forces Museum
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Armed Forces Museum
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Armed Forces Museum, Kumasi Reviews
So much to learn. An average tour takes 45min. You have tour guides who are ready to consider your needs.
A well preserved place with lots of history. A great place for learning our history.
The Kumasi Fort and Military Museum is one of few military museums in Africa. It is located in the Uaddara Barracks in Kumasi, the capital city of the Ashanti Region of Ghana. The Prempeh Museum, Kumasi Cultural Centre, Kumasi Zoo and Kumasi Central market are all within walking distance of the fort. The Kumasi Fort was built in 1820 by the Asantehene (the King of the Asante Kingdom), Osei Tutu Kwamina, to resemble the coastal forts which were built by European merchants. Kumasi Fort had to be rebuilt in 1897, after it was destroyed by British forces in 1874. The fort was built from granite and brown soil that was brought from Cape Coast to Kumasi by porters. In March 1900, during the Asante Rebellion, the fort was encircled, and 29 Britons were trapped inside for several weeks. The leader of this rebellion was the Queen Mother of Ejisu, Ohemaa Yaa Asantewaa. After a brief period of imprisonment in the fort, she was forced into exile in the Seychelles, where she died. From 1952 to 1953, after the Second World War, the Armed Forces of the British Colonial Government took over the fort and converted it into a museum. Exhibits include: military equipment, artefacts and other objects used in the British-Asante war of 1990 and during the Second World War. The collection includes weapons of war, colours, medals, armoured cars, anti-aircraft guns, photographs and portraits. This serves as a valuable historical institution for tracing the evolution and development of the Gold Coast Regiment of the colonial era, to the present-day Ghana Armed Forces. There is a British Military Cemetery just about 200m northwest of the Kumasi Fort and Military Museum, which contains graves of British casualties of the Yaa Asantewaa War. The Kumasi Fort and Military Museum is open daily from 8:00am to 5:00pm, except on Sundays and public holidays. A guided tour of the fort costs GH¢ 5.00.
Nice place to know the Gold Coast history.... Nice tour guide with the name Olivia Migah. She was awesome
The instructor knws a lot about ghana armed force
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