Museums Ghana

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National Museum of Ghana
The National Museum of Ghana is in the Ghanaian capital, Accra. It is the largest and oldest of the six museums under the administration of the Ghana Museums and Monuments Board. sThe museum building was opened on 5 March 1957 as part of Ghana’s independence celebrations. The official opening was performed by Duchess of Kent, the late Princess Marina.

Gramophone Records Museum of Ghana
The Gramophone Records Museum and Research Centre of Ghana (GRMRC) was officially launched in 1994. Its goal was to facilitate access to the documents and audio-visual materials of its collection.

National Science Museum (NSM)
National Science Museum located in Accra to serve as a permanent science exhibition centre. The museum could be a valuable learning centre for students as well and would help to instil science in the conscience of the public.

Manhyia Palace Museum
Built in 1925, the Manhyia Palace Museum has been the residence of two Kings of the Asante Nation, Prempeh I and Prempeh II. It is a two storey building, with open verandahs and eight rooms are open to visitors. This Royal Museum houses drums and palanquins which are over hundred years old. There are also the effigies of the late Otumfuo Osei Agyeman Prempeh I, Otumfuo Osei Agyeman Prempeh II, Otumfuo Opoku Ware II and the present Monarch Otumfuo Osei Tutu II. Also at the Museum is the effigy of Nana Yaa Asantewaa, the warrior queen-mother of Ejisu and some guns used during her war in 1900.