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This is the most populated region of Ghana, accounting for 19% of the country’s total population. It is known for its major gold bar and cocoa production and also harbours the capital city of Kumasi.

Kumasi Cultural Centre

The centre, one of the biggest of its kind, features a museum of Ashanti history, a library, a book store, a restaurant, a craft shop and an exhibition hall.


OKomfo Anokye Sword Site

The “unmoveable” sword of OKomfo Anokye remains in the grounds of the Okomfo Anokye Teaching Hospital, where he pushed it into the ground almost 300 years ago.


Kumasi Fort & Military Museum

This is one of only four military museums in Africa. Exhibits include military equipment, artefacts and other objects used in the British-Asante war of 1990 and during the Second World War.


Manhyia Palace Museum

The palace was built in 1925 for Asantehene Agyeman Prempeh I by the British Colonial Government as his private residence when he returned from Seychelles after 28 years in exile.


Bobiri Butterfly Sanctuary

View approximately 400 species of butterflies at the only butterfly sanctuary in West Africa.


Lake Bosomtwi

This beautiful lake, situated within an ancient meteorite impact crater, is the only natural lake in Ghana.

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