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Fort Frederick, Port Elizabeth, which is located along Belmont Terrace, Central, is a stone fort built in 1799 by the British Forces to defend the mouth of the Baakens River.
Established in Port Elizabeth in 1924, we're the oldest coffee roastery in the Eastern Province and one of the oldest in South Africa.
Located in , New Brighton, Emlotheni Memorial Park was dedicated to the memory of six anti-apartheid activists. Including trade unionist Vuyisile Mini, these were the first men to be executed for an act of defiance against the apartheid forces in 1964. The site on which the memorial rests has...
Accompanied by a qualified and knowledgeable guide you will experience the best of the top destinations in the Eastern Cape. You will be collected, transported and returned to your hotel or B&B safely in a modern 13 or 7seater vehicle. Jama Tours currently offers the following tour...
The AutoPavilion - Volkswagen Group South Africa's ultra-modern Expo and Heritage Centre -have been receiving around 3 000 visitors a month since opening in March 2004, making it a most popular tourist attraction.
The Grand Old Lady of the city, the Athenaeum, is the community hub for the emerging creative industry in Nelson Mandela Bay. Home of the colourful Pemads Ford Little Theatre.This multi-purpose venue offers a diverse space for live performances, exhibitions, events, conferences, workshops,...
We are Heritage Tourism specialist based in Port Elizabeth, offering Port Elizabeth Day Tours including Wildlife Safaris, Cultural Tours, and Eco-Adventures of both the Eastern and Western Cape provinces.
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The Port Elizabeth Branch of the South African Air Force Museum, Forest Hill Drive, Southdene, is located on the southern side of the Port Elizabeth Airport.
Originally “Jessieville” it was built in about 1840 for merchant Joseph Smith and was extensively altered by Emil Castens in the 1880s. Harry Mosenthal, a second generation of the merchants who set up a branch of Mosenthal Brothers in Main Street in 1842, lived in the house at the end of...
The South End Museum, Port Elizabeth, reflects a bygone era of the suburb of South End prior to and during the implementation of the Group Areas Act in 1950, which led to the destruction of the ‘old’ South End.