Tatham Art Gallery
In keeping with Pietermaritzburg’s self-styled role as the ‘heritage city’, one of its finest sights, the art gallery, was started in...
The colonial-era City Hall is the largest load-bearing red-brick building in the southern hemisphere.
Statue of Gandhi
A statue of Gandhi, who was famously ejected from a 1st-class carriage at Pietermaritzburg station, stands defiant opposite the old...
This upmarket cocktail bar is the current place to be seen. It’s popular with students and young professionals, especially Friday...
This delightful oasis, in a lovely Victorian house behind a rather chintzy gift shop, is a quintessential English garden in the middle...
Lonely Planet review
Upstairs at the Tatham Gallery and with an outdoor verandah, this arty little cafe whips up a range of creative and fresh, healthy fare. It’s open during gallery hours.