This museum, which is home to some of Ghana’s most interesting historical artifacts, was opened by teh Duchess of Kent in 1947. A great portion of the display is dedicated to the art of indigenous peoples. You can also see items of historical significance such as the chair used in Kwame Nkrumah’s inauguration. There is also an excellent exhibit outlining the brutal history of the slave trade eras, with disturbing and poignant artifacts, such as shackles used to restrain the slaves. For those with an interest in more current art, there is a gallery with a number of pieces by Ghanaian artists.