Old Magistrates’ Court
This old courthouse was built in 1898 for Carl Ludwig, the state architect, but it was never used and was eventually drafted into...
Although this leafy park served as a public zoo until 1962, today it functions primarily as a picnic spot and shady retreat for lunching...
The other half of the National Museum of Namibia, about 600m from the main building, is known as the Owela Museum. Exhibits focus on...
This spot, cafe by day, bar by night, features a terrace with the capital’s largest rubber tree. Live music and karaoke features as does...
This sheltered spot beneath a giant rubber tree with outdoor terrace on the edge of Zoo Park is just lovely for a cappuccino accompanied...
State House information
Lonely Planet review
The site of the State House was once graced by the residence of the German colonial governor, but that was razed in 1958 and replaced by the present building, which became the home of the South African administrator until Independence. Today however, it serves as the official residence of the Namibian president.