Volta Regional Museum, Ho (1973)
The Volta Regional Museum is located in Ho capital of the Volta Region.
The museum building was used as the Office of the Regional House of Chiefs. The building was sold to the Ghana government in 1967, and the Volta Regional museum was opened in 1973.
They include the Chair of State of the last colonial German governor of the Volta Region, local paintings, woodcraft and potter, Volta Region Kentedesigns, masks, chiefs’ stools, swords, and displays on Asante fetish shrines.`
Opening hours are from 8:00am to 5:00pm every day, while the museum’s office is open from 7:30am to 12:30pm, and 1:30pm to 4:30pm, from Monday to Friday.
Entrance fees are as follows:
|Visitor Category||Entrance Fee*|
|Pupils from Primary to JHS 3||GH¢ 0.20|
|SHS Students||GH¢ 0.50|
|Tertiary Students with ID||GH¢ 1.00|
|Ghanaian Adults||GH¢ 2.00|
|Foreign Children||GH¢ 2.00|
|Foreign Students with ID||GH¢ 5.00|
|Adult Foreigners||GH¢ 10.00|
Non Ghanaians can pay the Cedis equivalent in their respective foreign currencies.
*Entrance fees were reviewed in 1ST January 2015.
Postal Address: 43 Glala Street, P.O. Box 340, Ho, Volta Region.
Telephone: +233 362 026403 / +233 362 026403