‪Prempeh II Museum‬

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Touristasaurus
‪Westwood‬, نيو جيرسي463 مساهمة
أكتوبر 2021
‪They have great items here which are worth seeing and the guides are helpful. This is the location of the fake golden stool as well as other items of value and note‬
كُتب بتاريخ 28 أكتوبر 2021
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Ruby Badass
مدينة نيويورك, نيويورك13 مساهمة
أكتوبر 2021
‪I was overwhelmed with delight as I learned a lot with a stop at Ghana’s National Cultural Center where I was awash with pride learning about the Ashanti Kings and Queen mothers, their rise, fall and rise again from a knowledgeable and enthusiastic guide. The brave Queen who took on the British at the age of sixty was my favorite.
The place replica is small but gives you an idea of what the real palace is like. It is full of ancient artifacts that the British hadn't stolen and the Ashanti people are proud at preserving their history.
If you love history told from a non-European narrative this is a must do.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 7 أكتوبر 2021
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fidelisblue
فانكوفر, كندا136 مساهمة
بمفردك • مارس 2019
‪A guided tour is included in the admission fee of 10 GHS for foreigners. My guide, Adwoa, is very good. Well worth a visit if you are visiting the National Cultural Centre.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 3 مارس 2019
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Big_Globe_Traveler
‪Dothan‬, ألاباما743 مساهمة
بمفردك • فبراير 2019
‪This is an excellent place to visit to gain knowledge of the traditions and history of the Ashanti Royalty. My guide was extremely knowledgeable and answered all of my questions. ‬
كُتب بتاريخ 18 فبراير 2019
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Rens L
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زوجان • فبراير 2019
‪A small courtyard with for 'rooms' on the sides where a big diversity of Ashanti artefacts is shown. The guide knew a lot about them and is part of the deal. Im not sure if you could visit without her talking, anyway, I found it pretty interesting. Worth your +/-7 Cedi's!‬
كُتب بتاريخ 17 فبراير 2019
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saronic
زيورخ, سويسرا23,167 مساهمة
بمفردك • مارس 2018
‪For somebody interested in Ashanti culture, which anyway is about the only reason to come to Kumasi in the first place, should visit beside the more interesting Manhyia Palace Museum also the smaller Prempeh II Jubilee Museum. While entrance fee for the first museum is 20 GHS here it is 10 GHS. Both include a compulsory guided tour (my 100 USD-guide for the day always insisted that I give the museum guides a tip of 20 GHS).

In both places the guides were rattling off what they had learned by heart and generally went very fast, so one had hardly time to look at the items. When the guide here finally allowed me to ask questions, I wanted to know from him, if there were still lions in Ghana today, since he mentioned lions, when talking about the royal insignia. He just laughed at me, as if I had been asking a stupid questions and started to walk on. When I asked my guide for the day the same question, she reacted the same way. The correct answer would have been: There is a chance that there are a few lions in Mole National Park in the north. Although there is no hard evidence for it, local people say to have encountered some and there had once been lion's marks on a buffalo.

In the museum can be seen personal items of Asantehene Prempeh II, who was the Ashanti king from 1931 to 1970, first under the British, who had made him 'Commander of the British Empire' for his good cooperation, then in Independent Ghana, with at the beginning quite strained relations with president Kwame Nkrumah.

The two most interesting items in the museum are the fake 'Golden Stool', which was given to the British representative Lord Baden-Powell (of 'scouts' fame). Today there is hardly any gold on the stool anymore, which also looks smaller than the real Golden Stool, always the symbol of power of the Ashanti kings. The other item is an apparently 300 years old leather bag, which was once given by a fetish priest to the Asantehene, but which is forbidden to be opened by anybody, since it would bring a curse.

Photography as usual is not allowed inside this museum, built like the house of an Ashanti Chief around a courtyard.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 6 مايو 2018
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Prince O
أكرا, غانا53 مساهمة
زوجان • مارس 2018
‪A lovely place offering tours into Ashanti history. Key attraction here is the fake golden stool the Ashantis offered the English in the 1890's.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 6 أبريل 2018
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