Zanzibar's presidential palace was originally designed by British architect John Sinclair as the British Residency in 1903. Today it is not open to…
- State House
- Museum of Geosciences
Even at the old price of Tsh500, this rather forlorn collection of rock samples and geological information wasn’t a big draw. If you’re a fanatical rock…
- Ngurdoto Museum
This dusty and poorly curated collection of butterflies, birds and insects wouldn't be worth visiting were it not for the poachers' snares on display – a…
- Victoria Hall & Gardens
Sitting quietly on Kaunda Rd, surrounded by decaying and overgrown gardens, Victoria Hall housed the legislative council during the British era. It's now…
- Maji Maji Uprising Monument
Next to the police station, this rugged stone obelisk is a memorial to those who died in the Maji Maji Uprising between 1905 and 1907.
- Cine Afrique
It's no longer a working cinema, but the grand old Cine Afrique is an art deco gem and a significant landmark.
- Big Tree
A venerable landmark on the waterfront, and popular meeting spot for passengers taking boat rides.