The colonial-era City Hall is the largest load-bearing red-brick building in the southern hemisphere.
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...
Has a range of displays reflecting a diversity of cultures, including settler history, war records, stuffed birds, marine life and...
Upstairs at the Tatham Gallery and with an outdoor verandah, this arty little cafe whips up a range of creative and fresh, healthy fare....
351 Langalibalele St · interesting places nearby
Msunduzi Museum information
Formerly known as Voortrekker Museum, Msunduzi Museum comprises a complex that incorporates the Church of the Vow, the home of Andries Pretorius, a Voortrekker house and a girls’ school (the museum’s administrative building). The Church of the Vow was built in 1841 to fulfil the Voortrekkers’ promise to God at the Battle of Blood River. The words of the Vow are in the Modern Memorial Church , located next door. More recently, history has been rewritten: the museum has had a name change and heralds itself as a multicultural institution, incorporating Zulu and Indian displays.