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Ghana (General)
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How to Reach

By plane

Flights from Accra to Kumasi are in the morning and afternoon on the two carriers: CitiLink and Antrak. The flight is about 45 minutes long, limited on luggage allowance. Excellent way to get to Kumasi, preferred by most. Small planes, yet short trip. The cost on CitiLink is +-$180 USD one way, and $195 on Antrak as of June 2011.

By train

Railroads connect Kumasi to Accra and Takoradi, however, as of October 2010, all passenger trains to Kumasi have been suspended.

By car

Car rental in Kumasi is available at the lowest cost of about USD $75-100 per day.

By bus

To travel by road to Kumasi from Accra you will need to allow 6 hours travel time. Bus service is available by O.A. and STC, two private bus lines ($12 for bus with AC).

Key places to visit
Ghana Armed Forces Museum, Manhyia Palace Museum, Prempeh II Jubilee Museum, Kumasi Zoo, Asantehene's Palace


Places to Visit

Ghana Armed Forces Museum

The museum buildings once served as Kumasi Fort, built by the British in 1896 after they destroyed the Asante Fort that originally stood here. The museum predominantly features information and artifacts related to the British-Asante War, but also includes many artifacts from World War I, World War II, and information about modern Ghanaian military history.

Manhyia Palace Museum

Built in 1925 by the British as the residence of King Asantehene Prempeh I, this museum is also a palace. Walking through the museum, you will learn about the function of each room when it was used by the kings, as well as seeing artwork and artifacts from the Asante kings

Prempeh II Jubilee Museum

 Features artifacts and personal belongings of former Asante kings

Kumasi Zoo

All of the animals from the former Accra Zoo were transferred here a couple years ago, so there is now more to see

Asantehene's Palace

A visit to this former king's residence is a most worthwhile activity


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