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Unearth Accra Walking Tour

Highlights / General details

The slave trade may have been abolished centuries ago, but the evidence of the slave trade still stands in Africa. Join this Accra tour to see the forts and dungeons which once held masses of people, destined for a life on another continent, as well as the Museum of Slavery, which is strangely enough housed in a building built by slaves.

Visit the haunting slave forts of Accra.

Discover ruins and artifacts from the slave era.

Learn about Ghana’s role in the history of the slave trade.

Step back in time at the Brazil House Museum of Slavery.

Inclusion

Local English speaking guide; Entrance fees.

Exclusion

Lunch; Tips for photography; Items of a personal nature; Tips and gratuities for your guide.

Hours of operation

Available: Monday-Friday only; Start time at 10:00am.

Duration

Approximately 3 hours.

Location

Meeting point: The Ussher Fort, High Street.

Finish point: Palladium Hall, Arena Accra.

Itinerary

Join your local Accra Urban Adventures guide and explore the former slave forts of Accra - important landmarks that played a crucial role in the slave trade which thrived worldwide centuries ago.

Scattered all along the sun-drenched coast of Ghana, it’s hard to conceive that these constructions brought oppression and enslavement to many people in a place so beautiful. Take time to explore the dungeons and artifacts of Ussher and James Forts while hearing the incredible stories and legends born from this time in history. There are many heroes and villains that played roles in the trade of human cargo, so take the time to soak up as much knowledge as possible while at the site of where it all took place - these forts are like a living history book.

Your Accra city tour will conclude at the recently restored Brazil House Museum of Slavery, which is reported to be the first architectural building built by Afro-Brazilian slaves in Ghana. At the conclusion of the tour, you'll be closer to understanding the impacts of slavery on the people and culture of Ghana

Participant restrictions

Children must be 6 years of age to 11 years inclusively. Children below the age of 6 are not permitted on this tour.

Additional Information

Since this is predominately a walking tour, we recommend dressing in light clothes that will make you feel comfortable in warmer weather conditions.

Policies

For your Urban Adventure you will be in a small group of a maximum of 12 people.

If you have your voucher, your booking is confirmed. We'll see you at the start point.

Complete information, including local telephone numbers at your destination, will be included on your Confirmation Voucher.

**All information requested must be supplied or booking is subject to automatic cancellation**

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