National Art Gallery
The Oode Voorpost is a classic 1902 building that originally held the colonial surveyors' offices. Early government maps were stored in...
The other half of the National Museum of Namibia, about 600m from the main building, is known as the Owela Museum. Exhibits focus on...
A bronze kudu statue near the Oode Voorpost building honours the many kudu that died from the 1896 rinderpest epidemic.
National Theatre of Namibia
Located south of the National Art Gallery, the national theatre stages infrequent theatrical performances; for information see the...
If you're looking for a quick bite, this popular Namibian institution serves up a variety of filled meat and vegetable pies.
National Art Gallery information
This art gallery contains a permanent collection of works reflecting Namibia’s historical and natural heritage. The collection displays works by Muafangejo – Namibia’s first black artist to gain international acclaim. His linocuts depict the liberation struggle from a religious and narrative perspective.