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Monuments and Cultural Heritage and Historical Attractions in the Eastern Cape

Monuments commemorate a diverse number of person and important events in the history of this country.Cultural Heritage includes buildings, books, artifacts, folklore, language and natural heritage such as significant landscapes and biodiversity. Historical Attractions includes historical buildings, bridges, landmarks, museums, forts, battle fields and other objects and places.

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Albany Museum
1. Albany Museum
Albany Museum in Grahamstown's displays include part of the largest meteorite ever found (330 kg); life size model of the first dinosaur discovered in SA; an Egyptian Mummy; a working Foucault pendulum and much more.

Eastern Cape - Grahamstown

2. Bayworld
Bayworld offers a variety of live animal displays, including dolphins, seals, penguins, fish, snakes and crocodiles. Historical exhibits include shipwrecks, dinosaurs, Xhosa beadwork, historical costume, local fossils and much more.

Eastern Cape - Port Elizabeth

3. Burgersdorp
Oldest town in Eastern Cape lying in the shelter of a valley surrounded by the Stormberg Mountains.

Eastern Cape - Burgersdorp

4. Cradock
Founded in 1814 as a frontier stronghold, the town is an important agricultural centre with traditional Karoo hospitality, close to natural sulphur springs and the Zebra National Park.

Eastern Cape - Cradock

Cradock Dutch Reformed 'Mother' Church
5. Cradock Dutch Reformed 'Mother' Church
Completed in 1868, it is a replica of the 'St Martins-in-the-Field' church in Trafalgar Square in London. Christening church of President Paul Kruger.

Eastern Cape - Cradock

East London
6. East London
Your gateway to the wild coast and sunshine coast, with its unique blend of old-world charm and modern convenience. The only river port in South Africa, with a rich cultural heritage.

Eastern Cape - East London

Graaff Reinet
7. Graaff Reinet
The oldest town, it is known as the 'Athens' of the Eastern Cape, with magnificent examples of Karoo architecture, fynbos and more monuments than any other town in South Africa.

Eastern Cape - Graaff Reinet

Isinamva Cultural Village
8. Isinamva Cultural Village
2 km outside Mount Frere. At Isinamva Cultural Village, you are guaranteed a cultural experience of a lifetime.

Eastern Cape - Mount Frere

National Arts Festival - Grahamstown
9. National Arts Festival - Grahamstown
The largest festival of its kind in Africa. A true Arts Festival with drama, dance, visual arts, music, film, jazz, painting, sculpting, etc. One festival NOT to be missed on your arts calender

Eastern Cape - Grahamstown

Nelson Mandela Museum
10. Nelson Mandela Museum
The Nelson Mandela Museum near Mthatha offers visitors an inspiring journey through the life of Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela.

Eastern Cape - Mthatha

Nieu Bethesda
11. Nieu Bethesda
Old convenience stores bearing sweet jars, welcome the visitor to the sleepy town of Nieu Bethesda in a valley at the foot of the Compassberg Mountains in the Karoo - home to Helen Martin`s Owl House.

Eastern Cape - Nieu Bethesda

Port Elizabeth
12. Port Elizabeth
Known as the Friendly City, a major seaport and tourist destination along the dazzling shores of Algoa Bay, with an unbeatable and diverse mix of eco-attractions and adventure holiday destination.

Eastern Cape - Port Elizabeth

Port Elizabeth Museums
13. Port Elizabeth Museums
The Castle Hill Museum, the King George VI Art Museum and Gallery and the St. Croix Motor Museum are a few of the many museums in Port Elizabeth.

Eastern Cape - Port Elizabeth

Somerset East
14. Somerset East
A charming town bathed in history, set among Oak trees, white-washed buildings, mountain streams and waterfalls at the foot of the Boschberg Mountain

Eastern Cape - Somerset East

The 1820 Settlers National Monument
15. The 1820 Settlers National Monument
The Monument was built on the slopes of Gun Fire Hill in Grahamstown to commemorate the contributions made by English-speaking Settlers to South Africa

Eastern Cape - Grahamstown

The Owl House
16. The Owl House
Helen Martins' Owl House, often cited as South Africa's finest example of outsider art, is an extraordinary, other-worldly home of concrete and ground glass sculptures.

Eastern Cape - Nieu Bethesda

The Schreiner House
17. The Schreiner House
In memory of the famous South African authoress, Olive Schreiner and her family. She wrote, amongst many other literary works, 'Story of an African Farm'.

Eastern Cape - Cradock

Wild Coast
18. Wild Coast
This magnificent region is unlike any other you have ever experienced - come and live the experience of a lifetime, with wild places to explore, but also romantic beaches and hideaways in perfect settings

Eastern Cape - Port St Johns

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