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Central Galleries and Museums

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Galleries and Museums in Central

The Nelson Mandela Metropolitan Art Museum, formerly the King George VI Art Gallery, was opened on...

Galleries and Museums Near Central

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The Cuyler Manor was built as a homestead for General Jacob Glen Cuyler, Landdrost of Uitenhage...
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The Drostdy Museum forms part of the Uitenhage Museum, as does the Cuyler Manor Museum and the Old...
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The AutoPavilion, place of cars and legends, first opened its doors in 2004. This modern,...
The Ron Belling Art Gallery is situated in a beautiful Art Deco house built in 1936. Designed by...
Situated right in the city centre, No 7 Castle Hill is a picturesque Victorian cottage museum...
The Prince Alfred's Guard Museum is situated in Port Elizabeth and is a city regiment which was...
The Port Elizabeth branch of the South African Air Force Museum is situated on the southern side of...
Rainy day in the Bay? Why not check out what's up at PE Museum at the Bayworld Complex. Situated...
The St. Croix Motor Museum is located in St Georges Park. On display is a private collection of...
The St. Croix Motor Museum has a fine private collection of vintage and classic vehicles dating...
Looking for interesting and offbeat things to do in Port Elizabeth? Experience the sights and...
A symbol of our freedom and unconventional in terms of museum design, the Red Location Museum is...
The quaint Old Railway Station Museum is reputed to be one of the oldest railway stations in South...
The Barkly Street Theatre is a Wedding and Function Venue Centre situated in Uitenhage on the...
Shamrock Chapel is a private owned chapel hosting an historical pipe organ. The organ was built in...
Only a surfer truly knows the feeling! If you’re in ‘J-Bay’ to catch the tubes or even if you’ve...
The original blacksmith at Ann's Villa, established in 1855 is now a registered museum. It was an...
St Francis Bays Flagship and educational museum centre. Arts and Crafts for Children are held over...
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