• Location: Accra, Ghana
  • Duration: 3 hours (approx.)
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Explore Ghana’s poignant legacy of human trafficking on a 3-hour small-group walking tour of Accra’s slavery museums and slave fort. See chilling artifacts of the country’s cruel history as you visit the Ussher Fort museum, then descend into the James Fort dungeons to see cramped cells where West Africans were imprisoned for months at a time. Discover the story of the ‘Tabom’ people at the Brazil House Museum of History, and walk in the footsteps of the 70 Afro-Brazilian people that returned from Brazil to Ghana in 1836.

Highlights

  • 3-hour walking tour of Accra’s former slave forts and museums with a local guide
  • Visit the haunting former slave prisons of Ussher Fort and James Fort
  • Explore the dungeons at James Fort and museum at Ussher Fort
  • Hear many of the stories, facts and legends about this horrific trade in human lives
  • Discover Ghana's role in the history of the West African slave trade
  • Learn about Ghana’s Afro-Brazilian returnees, whose ancestors were slaves, at Brazil House Museum
  • Small-group tour with a maximum of 12 people ensures personalized attention from a guide

What You Can Expect

Accra Slavery Museums and Forts Walking Tour

See the former slave prisons of Accra on this informative tour

Customer Reviews

Tara D

1 star rating: I do not recommend this April 2018

Horrible, went on the Saturday before Easter, apparently the city is partially closed down that weekend. Including the museum we where suppose to tour, we only got in because the person who ID himself as our guide bribed the security guard. The guide new nothing not even when the buildings where built he was off by 100s of years. He said he wasn't a tour guide and that the guy who does this tour was on holiday as if that was an excuse for taking our money and waisting our time. It was the definition of unprofessional. At one point he stopped and bought some fish. Just walked away from us without saying a word and bought some fish as if that was a normal thing to do when you are suppose to be giving people a tour.

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