Jan Smuts Statue
Two statues of Jan Smuts, former general and prime minister (1870–1950), stand at opposite ends of Government Ave. The more attractive...
St George’s Cathedral
Commonly known as the People’s Cathedral, this was one of the few places of worship that was open to people of all races during...
The highlights of the mother church of the Dutch Reformed Church (Nederduitse Gereformeerde Kerk; NG Kerk) are its mammoth organ and...
For those not familiar with the conventions of British theatre, this elegant bar is named after pantomime dame Widow Twankey – which...
Far from your average curry house, the Taj Hotel’s main restaurant, hung with glittering chandeliers and mirrors, is darkly luxurious....
3 Church St · interesting places nearby
This attractive gallery is on two levels; downstairs you'll find regularly changing exhibitions of local crafts such as pottery, while upstairs has permanent displays of colourful stitched panels depicting rural scenes and other Pedi crafts from the Limpopo province. They make charming gifts.