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As a divergence from the main route of the trail, for anyone interested in the palatial mansions erected by local merchant princes, and which once lined Park Drive, a short walk of a few hundred metres southward along Park Drive will bring one to ‘Knockfierna’ (now the St. George’s...
Established in Port Elizabeth in 1924, we're the oldest coffee roastery in the Eastern Province and one of the oldest in South Africa.
The Horse Memorial, located on the corner of Russell and Cape Roads, was erected and dedicated to the horses killed during the South African War (1899-1902).
Play Golf, tour the city, towships and game parks with your tourist guide, Peter Joseph.
No 7 Castle Hill was completed in 1825 and is one of the oldest surviving Settler cottages in Port Elizabeth.
The Nelson Mandela Bay Pass - Experience a whole lot more for less! The Nelson Mandela Bay Pass, a smartcard access card, provides you with free admission to a variety of attractions and activities in Nelson Mandela Bay. This includes amongst others museums, game reserves, scuba diving, art...
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NOTE: Red Location Museum has been closed since 18 October 2013 due to community protests around RDP housing issues. The municipality is working closely with the community on reopening it soon. Built as a tribute to the liberation struggle against apartheid, the museum incorporates the...
During the 1850’s a revival of higher learning filtered through the Cape Colony. Sir George Grey played a prominent role in the movement, during which properties were set aside for schools. A large grant was made Inc the establishment of a school in Port Elizabeth. Most of the land granted was...
Donkin Reserve, located off Belmont Terrace, Central, and overlooking the city, was proclaimed an open space in perpetuity by Sir Rufane Donkin.