KwaZulu-Natal Galleries and Museums

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Galleries and Museums in KwaZulu-Natal

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Friendship, good food, wine and brilliant entertainment – the Barnyard Theatre at Gateway is where...
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Fort Nottingham is very quiet and there’s not much to do except visit the smallest town hall in...
Named after Jonas Bergtheil, this museum is situated in the leafy suburb of Westville midway...
Built right on Catalina flying boats' Control Tower on Wilson's Wharf, Catalina Theatre's theme and...
The Fat Tuesday Gallery is dedicated to providing an exhibition space for visual artists. The...
The BAT Centre is Durban's vibrant multi-purpose arts centre merging visual and performing arts...
Visit the Old Court House Museum, one of Durban's oldest buildings bearing a fascinating and varied...
Take a trip out to Groutville and discover one of South Africa’s national treasures. The Luthuli...
The Blue Caterpillar Art Gallery is situated in the Butterflies for Africa complex in...
You’re always assured of seeing something new at the Natal Museum Here you’ll view a constant...
The statue of Mahatma Ghandi commemorates the centenary of his experience at the Pietermaritzburg...
The Margate Art Museum is an integral part of community education, outreach and awareness. It...
The Underberg Studio is situated in the scenic village of Underberg in the southern Drakensberg....
The Winterton Museum is located in the majestic Drakensberg region. It was opened in 1993 by Sheila...
Thompson Gallery was established in 1993 by Sally Thomspon and Jenny Stadler in the trendy suburb...
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