Makola Market - Constructed in Accra in 1924, Makola Market is one of the most vibrant as well as the busiest market in Accra and is a must-visit place, whether you really want to shop or are in the mood for window shopping. Considering the fact that there are no welcome sign or directions to guide you and most of the street tend to be crowded with hawkers and pedestrians competing for space on the narrow pavements, make sure you find a guide when visiting the market. Not to mention, what's more interesting about Makola Market in Accra is almost all market's traders are women. Furthermore, places you should not miss when visiting Makola Market in Accra include Kantamanto, which is the largest second clothing market in Ghana, and here you can find different types of clothing items such as winter jackets, vintage sports jerseys, Kente clothes among many others. When you are tired of roaming the Makola Market, you can visit the food stalls at Rawlings Park for enjoying some of Accra's indigenous cuisines.
In addition, you can also visit the memorial garden built in honor of Nii Tackie Tawiah III, who was the Ga Mantse in Ga State. Sometimes referred as the Central Business District, the historically rich and culturally significant market is a famous hotspot of the city and one can find a wide range of products being sold in the market and its surrounding streets, ranging from outfits to shoes, luxury objects to electrical goods and so on.