Cape Coast Castle
Visit a well preserved and well-structured historical building of the 18th century. This historical building was built on the Gold Coast of West Africa (now Ghana) by European traders. Originally built by the Swedes for trade in timber and gold, be told how it later became warehouse used to hold slaves. Get to see the dungeons where hundreds of slaves were held in cramped conditions before being transferred to boats bound for the western hemisphere.
The castle is worth visiting, the tour outlines the Atlantic Slave trade, and some people may find it harrowing at points depending on your perspective.
A tour to the castle will give you an insight into slave trading you might not get in book. Meet experienced tour guides who speaks with passion and empathy about the castle and its sad history. See also some treasure from colonial era that you would probably not see them elsewhere.
If you are in Ghana or planning a trip to Ghana, make sure you take time to visit Cape Coast and its Castle, just like Obama did and you would appreciate them that toiled to bring slavery to a halt. Admire the beautiful Atlantic Ocean with a great restaurant on the sides. There are number artifact shops for shoppers.
Once at Cape Coast head toward the South along the coast at Kingsway. There are number of taxis that can take you there whiles at Cape Coast