DISHES OF THE GREATER ACCRA REGION
The main traditional dishes eaten in this region include Kenkey (boiled fermented corn dough) with hot pepper and fried fish; being the favorite; banku(softer that kenkey) with fried fish and pepper or with okro or groundnut soup, e.t.c.
GHANA INDEPENDENCE SQUARE
Independence Square (also known as Black Star Square), home of Independence Arch and the Flame of African
KWAME NKRUMAH MEMORIAL
Kwame Nkrumah Memorial, the mausoleum of Ghana’s first President, Dr. Nkrumah was once held in Fort Usher, Usher Town, Accra, a former prison, and was exiled after Ghana's first military coup of 1966. Such was life in West Africa in those days, especially if you fell out of favour with the military. However, many of his aspirations are honoured now and former President Rawlings claims him as the shining example of Ghana's great past.
This is the most popular beach in Ghana during holidays and weekends. Labadi beach as it is Popularly known, hosts regular parties and concerts of a variety of music genres. There are also
Number of bars, pubs and restaurants, which serve a selection of local and international cuisines. Its also a place where u come to mingle with both locales and expatriates, who love it for its buzzing atmosphere and variety of activities including football, volleyball, horse riding, cultural dances, aerial stunts e.t.c.
The National Museum in Accra is one of the most visited and oldest museums in Ghana. Established in 1957, the museum was officially opened by the Duchess of Kent. It has on display splendid exhibits that reflect the heritage of Ghana from prehistoric to modern times.