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  • Address: Brazil Lane, Accra, Ghana
  • Admission: Varies


Brazil House Museum of History Tours

After being enslaved in the western world, a group of about 70 Tabom people returned from Brazil to their home country of Ghana in the late 1800s. Upon arrival they built this empire-era house as an homage to their rich heritage, difficult past and unique traditions. Today, travelers can visit this site where returning families reestablished themselves as members of the community, and learned local languages and traditions, despite speaking only Portuguese. 

The home, with its fertile plots of mangoes and cassava, also serves as a museum, with halls that display artifacts and images from the past, as well as outline the impact of the Tabom people on modern-day Ghana. These once oppressed people returned to Ghana with skills and stories, and introduced the art of irrigation, architecture, blacksmithing and tailoring to the residents of Accra.

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The museum is located on Brazil Lane.

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Accra Slavery Museums and Forts Walking Tour, Accra, null

Accra Slavery Museums and Forts Walking Tour

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Discover the history and heartbreak of slavery in Ghana on this poignant 3-hour tour of Accra’s former slave forts and slavery museums. With a knowledgeable ...  Read more

Location: Accra, Ghana
Duration: 3 hours (approx.)

From USD $39.00

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