Accra

Accra, the capital of Ghana, is a friendly city of about three million people. Its architecture ranges from traditional African buildings to large, elegant colonial houses and modern high-rise blocks. Since the early 1990s, a number of new buildings have gone up, including the distinctive boat-shape...

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Artist Alliance Gallery

Founded by artist and retired teacher Ablade Glover and his wife in 1993, this gallery has made an important contribution to the development of a vibrant contempoprary art scene in Accra. A new, enlar...
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Asempa Bookshop

Christian literature and educational books.
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Ghana Film Theatre

Recent foreign releases and children’s films.
Kanda Cinemas in Kanda
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International Players

Amateur dramatics group performing regular plays, pantomimes etc. For details contact the British High Commission
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Caledonian Society

For details contact the British High Commission.
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Centre for National Culture

This one-stop shop for Ghanaian culture includes a craft shop selling Ghanaian and African handicrafts, a textiles market, pottery and ceramics, rattle production and Kente weaving units and an art ga...
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WEB Dubois Memorial Centre for Pan African Culture

Monument and research centre dedicated to the memory of the African-American activist scholar and “father of Pan-Africanism” William Edward Burghardt Du Bois. The centre promotes the pursu...
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