Are you traveling to Accra soon and want to shoot some stunning quality photos? Plan on going on a tour of the city and hope there will be time to go around and take some marvel pictures. So where should you head out to capture the maximum beauty of the place? Here’s a list of the Best Photo Spots in Accra that will help you capture that one photo that tells a story about this beautiful city.

  1. AM:PM
    Located in the iconic Villaggio Towers, the three colorful buildings that can’t be missed is the trendy-yet-casual bistro-meets-sports-bar AM&PM.AM:PM Accra
  2. Villaggio Vista
    Villaggio Vista is a predominantly residential development of 4 brightly colored buildings ranging from 8 – 15 Storey high and a 30-Storey tower with associated domestic amenities and a small commercial unit.Trasacco Group | Villagio
  3. Marriott Hotel, Accra
    Accra Marriott Hotel is a new 5-star luxury hotel in Accra, Ghana located opposite Kotoka International Airport in the heart of Airport City. They offer easy access to major corporations and provide well-appointed guest rooms.

    Accra Marriott Hotel, Accra – Updated 2021 Prices

  4. Zen Garden
    Zen Garden, a restaurant that offers you serenity in the city. This lovely restaurant sits quietly tucked away in an enclosed garden, providing you with indoor and outdoor seating. They have amazing dishes ranging from tasty burgers to light and crispy Lebanese dishes, to sweet-savory local dishes and pizzas.

    Zen Garden, Labone, Accra | Coupons Ghana

  5. Kwame Nkrumah Memorial Park
    Located in downtown Accra, Ghana is the Kwame Nkrumah Memorial Park and Mausoleum. The Mausoleum is the final resting place of Ghana’s first President and Africanist. The museum hosts rare artifacts relating to Ghana’s independence and tours at the park give visitors the in-depth history of the Sub-Saharan struggle for independence.

    Kwame Nkrumah Memorial Park | BreathList

  6. Jamestown
    Jamestown is the oldest district in Accra and the best place to experience remnants of colonial rule, fishing, Ghanaian music, dance, art, and historic traditions of birth celebrations and festivals.

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  7. National Theatre
    The National Theatre was opened in 1992 to spearhead the Theatre movement in Ghana by providing a multi-functional venue for concerts, dance, drama and musical performances, screenplays, exhibitions, and special events. The building houses the three resident companies of the National Dance Company, the National Symphony Orchestra, and the National Theatre Players.National Theatre of Ghana - SIGA: State Interests and Governance Authority
  8. Accra Arts & Crafts Centre
    The Accra regional center for culture, “The Arts Center”, is better known simply as the National Center for Culture in Accra, Ghana. It is situated right next to the Kwame Nkrumah Memorial Park, where the Kwame Nkrumah Museum is. There is an art gallery, which sells traditional handicrafts from all over Ghana at reasonable prices. There are a never-ending array of goods in numerous stalls that may not even be able to shop.

    Accra Arts Centre (Centre for National Culture) - RoamGhana

  9. Labadi Beach Hotel
    The Labadi Beach Hotel, Ghana’s Premier 5* Hotel is set amidst tropical landscaped gardens and in close proximity of 10 minutes drive to the Kotoka International Airport and 15 minutes drive to the Central Business District. The hotel is located adjacent to Ghana’s most popular La Pleasure Beach and boasts of a well-maintained private beach with 24 hours security surveillance offering colorful cocktails and bites as you watch the sunset.

    LABADI BEACH HOTEL

  10. The Gallery 1957 inside Kempinski Hotel
    Gallery 1957 is one of the most exciting new gallery openings in the last decade. The 140sqm space, named after the year Ghana gained independence, is housed in the beautiful new Kempinski Hotel Gold Coast City and has a curatorial focus on contemporary Ghanaian art presenting a program of exhibitions, installations, and performances by the country’s most significant artists under the creative direction of Nana Oforiatta Ayim.

    The Gallery 1957 inside Kempinski Hotel