The Design of the Museum
The Design of the Museum is shaped as a Horn. The Horn is synonymous with a trumpet which is a musical instrument often used in religious ceremonies. However, in Africa, the Horn means much more to our ancient traditions and culture. In Africa, the Horn has historically been associated with the Cows horn, the Rams horn, and the Elephant tusk, all representing great strength, yet great humility. The African Horn is usually blown during special ceremonies signifying a message that something or someone great is coming. The horn serves as a voice imitation of profound messages that cannot be spoken out loud. It can be blown to appease the ancestors and the land, go to war, welcome Royalties and Dignitaries, to recount history and pass on information or be a rallying call for a select group of people to come together.This is why we chose the Horn as the shape of the Museum. This Horn will be a beacon to the Pan African Family world-wide, representing the proverbial urgent call to gather ourselves in unity for true reconciliation and liberation.
Designer of Museum – George Wireko-Brobby
The mission of the organization is to create an environment for people of African descent and all others to discover and experience the true history of the Origins of Humanity, the Development of Cultures and the Great Civilizations of the Nile Valley that influenced the past, informs the present and will shape the future, serving as an inspiration for generations to come.
Exterior Exhibits Overview
Garden of Sculptures
- Pan African political leaders
- Pan African Heroes/Heroines
- Pan African Leaders in Science & Tech
- Pan African Inventors/Innovators
- Pan African Youth Leaders
- Pan African scholars & writers
Herbal/Plant Farm (with Chalets)
- African Herbal Medicinal plants
- Accommodation for living
- Space for Spiritual Revival
- Whole Foods Shop/Restaurant
Palace of African Kingdoms
- Replica of African Kingdoms (Ancient & Modern) with Curators to guide visitors
- Each kingdom will display its arts & culture, and provide space to shop souvenirs and dine
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M’Bigou Stone Sculpture from Gabon
Pan African Heritage World’s Online Digital Museum will feature 10 immersive cultural exhibits with dozens of 3D models, videos, music, and narration.
Each exhibit will showcase the diverse nature of the African story as it extends outside of Africa and throughout the world.
He who does not know, can know from Learning
Adinkra symbols were originally created by the Gyaman, an Akan people of Ghana and the Ivory coast. Nana Kwadwo Agyemang Adinkra is credited with their creation, and named them after himself. Our symbol was created by Dr G. Kojo Arthur.
I welcome you to join this mission.
I have been inspired over the years by the wisdom of our ancestors that we Africans and people of African descent will restore and regain our dignity and pride if we learn our history told by our own people and work together to unite our African family.
Having grown up in Ghana during the Kwame Nkrumah era, and having been involved in Pan Africanist activities including chairing the PANAFEST in Ghana for 10 years, and having had the privilege of being Board Chairman of the Ghana Heritage Conservation Trust for another 10 years, I consider it a sacred obligation at this time in world history to create and lead a team to spearhead the establishment of a Pan African Heritage World. This Heritage World will include a Museum, a Herbal Plant Farm, an African Cultural Village depicting all great African Kingdoms, a Conference Center, and Grounds for African Festivals – indeed a rare space for historical enlightenment, a spiritual upliftment, and irrepressible inspiration, located appropriately in Ghana, the beacon of African liberation.
In establishing the African University College of Communications in Ghana in 2002, I was reminded by some of the nuggets in our ancestral wisdom: ‘A people without the knowledge of their past history, origin and culture are like a tree without roots’, and more pointedly ‘Until the lions have their historians, tales of hunting will always glorify the hunter’.
It needs no further analysis and teaching what our ancestors predicted: “No matter how long the night, there will be dawn”.
There could not have been a better time in world history for this project, and I personally invite you to join us on this journey.
Thank you for your support to help bring this vision into reality.
Pan African Heritage World needs your support. Our tireless volunteers, partners, and sponsors have labored to make it to this stage, but our work has only just begun.
Consider partnering with us to make this dream a reality!
What does Pan African Heritage mean to you?
“Ghana has something to say to us.”
– Martin Luther King
“Emancipate yourselves from mental slavery, none but ourselves can free our minds.”