In the garden of the park are trees planted by different world leaders. Visitors enjoy the beautiful views of the garden. Aside the beautiful greens, flowers, and trees, there are water fountains, traditional sculptures (flute players), and more.
As visitors approach the main way leading to the Kwame Nkrumah Mausoleum, they will see springs on either side of the walkway. Each spring has seven bare-chested, squatting statuettes of flute blowers, who seem to welcome the arrival of world leaders and other important personalities.
The site is quiet and serene. There is a garden area that bears many trees planted by several political figures across the world during their visits. Kwame Nkrumas car is also available for viewing on site but cased in a glass chamber where no one is allowed to enter but only view from outside. The tombs of Kwame Nkrumah and the wife are present as well as a Museum where no photography is allowed. Lastly there is a very old vandalised statue of Kwame Nkrumah without a right arm and head. The head sits next to it. History has it that, during a mob attack in the past, the angry protestor kicked it down, causing the damage and split of the statue parts. Which were long lost and found years after.