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Sukume Museum and Xhosa Culture Centre displays a brief history of Port Elizabeth and Gqebera (Walmer Township) and insight into the Xhosa Culture, Beliefs and the Apartheid Era.
Built as a homestead for General Jacob Glen Cuyler, Landdrost of Uitenhage from 1806 to 1827, this Cape Dutch style house has been restored and furnished in the style of its day. As a living museum, demonstrations of traditional activities such as soap and candle making, baking and weaving can...
Port Elizabeth's Feather Market Centre is located on the corner of Baakens Street and Military Road, Central and, as its name implies, was an extension of the original commercial activities once carried out in Market Square.
South End was once a cosmopolitan suburb bustling with street life, known for its respected schools, is festive hotels, numerous family businesses and its own air fish sellers. It was home to generations of families who lived in houses which today are only recorded in water colours.
Holy Trinity Anglican Church stands in Havelock Street. In 1854 dissident members left St Mary’s congregation to form their own church. The first minister, the Rev. W A Robinson, arrive in 1857 and the present church was built in 1866, the tower being added in 1872. The erven on which the...
Situated on the original farm Strandfontein, along Marine Drive. Once owned by Trekker Piet Retief, the memorial was erected at Coega in 1939 and moved in 1975. Piet Retief was one of the Great Trek leaders who was killed by Zulu King "Dingaan".
Built in the early 1830’s for Harbour Master Edward Wallace, the house was extensively altered in about 1881 for the General Manager of the Bank of Africa. Used for a time as a students residence, the house was restored by the University of Port Elizabeth in 1995 to provide offices.
Coastal Resort offering accommodation varying from luxury beach villas, family cottages to hotel style rooms. The ideal base from which to explore all that the Eastern Cape has to offer.
Rates from R480
The Port Elizabeth Opera House and Barn Theatre are located halfway down Whites Road, Central, was opened in 1892 and was proclaimed a national monument in 1980.
The Sacramento is a popular 8 km round trip coastal walk through the Schoenmakerskop-Sardinia Bay Nature Reserve and is accessed by traveling along Sardinia Bay Road.