Come on a Journey
Experience Ghana is a one day cultural heritage museum, bringing Canadians together to explore the culture and history of Ghana, West Africa, a country formerly known as the Gold Coast.
Come on a journey to connect with Ghanaians, experience their rich history, linguistic diversity, flavourful cuisine, film, art and music!
Cultural Heritage Artifacts
History Through Photography
Storytelling with Dance & Drumming
Adwoa Badoe is an award winning Ghanaian-born physician, storyteller, educator, writer and African dance instructor. Adwoa and renowned drummer, Fule Badoe will electrify Experience Ghana's guests with their “Once Upon an African Village” performance.
Traditional & Contemporary Music
Take a trip down memory lane with a live performance of popular and traditional Highlife music.
Fair Trade Market
Be ready to take home with you a piece of Ghana from our fair trade market selling artisan-crafted personal accessories, home decor and gift items:
Kings and Queens
Come speak and mingle with Ghanaian Queen Mothers, and Elders and witness the grand durbar of Ghanaian Kings & Chiefs,
Traditional & Contemporary Fashion
Authentic Ghanaian Cuisine
Come taste and savour delicious traditional Ghanaian dishes and delicacies from Fingertips Restaurant.
Partners & Supporters
We're thankful for the support provided by the following organizations:
Museum of African Art, Belgrade
Museum of African Art is the first and only museum in Serbia entirely dedicated to the cultures and arts of the African continent. For more than 30 years, the museum has been showcasing the importance of African and non-European cultural and artistic heritage in general.
Museum of African Art is a key contributor to the Experience Ghana gallery.
Yenkassa is USA-based nonprofit organization whose goal is not only to save Ghanaian stories lost to the dying art of oral storytelling but also to inculcate a sense of cultural pride and confidence in the next generation.
Yenkassa is contributing historical photos and documentary videos that will be displayed at the Experience Ghana gallery and event.
Meridian Sons Films
Preferred Videography Partner
Meridian Sons Films is a Toronto-based story-driven cinematography firm whose passion is to tell stories through film. Its films are engaging, emotive, and touching so you can relive those unique moments again and again.
Meridiams Sons Films is Experience Ghana's videography partner.
Preferred Ghanaian Food Caterer
Fingertips Restaurant is a Brampton-based Ghanaian restaurant serving traditional dishes. Being outside one's home country is difficult but getting traditional home cooked food in a foreign land makes you feel at home. Catering is available.
Fingertips Restaurant is Experience Ghana's traditional Ghanaian food partner.
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Location: The Assembly Hall
Experience Ghana is hosted by The Assembly Hall, a restored century-old heritage building located on the scenic Lakeshore Grounds in South-West Toronto that features performances, cultural activities, and a gallery.
Arrive by public transit. Or carpool and take advantage of the free parking available on the streets adjacent to The Assembly Hall.
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Don't miss the opportunity to come on this unique adventure.