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Experience ‘Beautiful Nonsense’: A Captivating Journey of Art and Sustainability

Step into a world where art defies convention and sustainability takes center stage at the Museum of Science and Technology in Accra. “Beautiful Nonsense,” an ongoing exhibition inspired by Ernest Temple Thurston’s 1909 best-selling novel, “The City of Beautiful Nonsense,” is a unique and thought-provoking experience that will run until

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Exploring Ghana’s Rich Heritage: Delegates of the 66th Commonwealth Parliamentary Conference Visit the National Museum

Ghana, a country steeped in history and culture, recently played host to a significant event – the 66th Commonwealth Parliamentary Conference. While the conference itself was a momentous occasion, one of the highlights was the visit of delegates to the National Museum of Ghana. This cultural excursion provided an opportunity

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Exploring “Blind Spots: Unveiling the Shadows” Exhibition: A Journey into Transatlantic Slave Trade History

History has a unique way of teaching us important lessons, and sometimes, it’s the stories of the past that shape our understanding of the present. The “Blind Spots: Unveiling the Shadows” exhibition, set to open its doors from August 11th to September 30th, 2023, at the Museum of Science and

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Revision of Entrance Fees

We are pleased to announce that the Ghana Museums and Monuments Board (GMMB) is implementing a revised structure for entrance fees to its museums and monuments across the country, effective from 1st July. This strategic decision aims to enhance the accessibility and sustainability of these cultural treasures while ensuring their

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National Museum of Ghana Bounces Back

The National Museum Gallery which was closed for refurbishment in 2015 is officially open to the public. Gracing the reopening was His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, the President of the Republic of Ghana and some dignitaries. The facility, located on the premises of the Ghana Museums and Monuments Board

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