This tour takes you through the unique experience derived from various plants. This tour has been arranged to give travellers a local experience that connects them to the Ghanaian culture and people. It also educates travellers on the lives of important people like Dr Kwame Nkrumah and WEB Dubois. Travellers also get the chance to try some Ghanaian local dishes.
The center is named after William Edward Burghardt Du Bois who was an African-American civil rights activist and later became a citizen of Ghana in the 1960s. He is often known as the ‘Father of Pan-Africanism’. The centre is where he once lived with his wife and where they are now buried. It houses his personal library, a small museum with a handful of personal effects such as his graduation robes. The mausoleum is surrounded by Asante stools, a seminar room, a restaurant, a gallery, an amphitheater and a research center for Pan-African history and culture.