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Uitenhage holds a special place in the history of resistance to apartheid, as it was here that 20 people were shot dead by police on 21 March 1985, the 25th anniversary of the Sharpeville massacre of 1960. The 1985 shooting took place just outside Langa township, and became known as the Lange...
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...
Situated at the corner of Belmont and Alfred Terrace is the ‘Hill’ Presbyterian Church. In 1861 the Rev. George Renny was brought to Port Elizabeth as minister to the Presbyterian community. Services were held in the Old Grey Institute while the present church was being constructed. It was...
The Drostdy was erected during General Jacob Glen Cuyler’s tenure of office as Landdrost of Uitenhage in 1809 and follows the historical development of Uitenhage and surrounding districts. It houses exhibitions on toys, porcelain, clothing and an archive library.
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The Square is probably the most significant urban space in the City. Originally the landing beach was nearby and much of the goods arriving at or leaving from Port Elizabeth did so via Market Square. The Square became the focal point for the buying and selling of goods by the local and district...
The Prince Alfred's Guard Museum grew out of a fusion of a military museum formerly housed in the Donkin Reserve complex and the regimental museum of the Prince Alfred’s Guard Regiment.
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.
Experience the magic of one of Shakespeare's plays on a balmy Summer's evening, in lush and verdant surroundings, at the Mannville Open Air Theatre which is located on the South-Western side of St George's Park, Park Drive, Central.
The Queen Victoria Statue in Port Elizabeth, can be found immediately in front of the Port Elizabeth Main Library.