As a craftsman myself, I get carried away whenever I see handiworks, canvases, works of art or any related art. Therefore, I woke up one fine morning to visit the Aburi Crafts Village in the Eastern part of Ghana. Obviously, I had caught wind of it, thus I was going with all bliss just to view the crafts displayed at the spot.
The Aburi Crafts Village is the best spot to discover trinkets, and I can wager my last cent that, you would never lament exploring this place. Particularly, when it is just close to Aburi Gardens, Boti Falls and Tetteh Quarshie Cocoa Farms (all lovely locales).
The Aburi Crafts Village is a fair size with numerous shops to look at. Heaps of local woodwork and artisans crafting there while you shop. There are no sellers forcefully attempting to sell you stuff. You obviously will need to deal over costs but the environment here is far more laid back than some other places of interest.
There are numerous sorts of arts/Crafts here including clothing, jewellery, keychains, bottle openers, baskets, furniture, artworks and so forth. The Crafts Village is a fantastic spot to be. Fortunately, you wouldn’t struggle to go in search for a restroom, on the grounds that, there are washrooms and a bistro just in case you need to pass a urine or something.
The Aburi Crafts Village is opened from:
Mon – Mon 10:00 PM – 12:00 AM
Tue – Sun 12:00 AM – 5:30 PM
Tue – Sat 10:00 PM – 11:45 PM