The Way to Travel

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In the six decades that the Nel­son Man­dela Met­ro­pol­i­tan Art Mu­seum at St Ge­orge’s Park has been open, it has ac­cu­mu­lated an ex­ten­sive col­lec­tion of lo­cal art­works. It spe­cialises in lo­cal art, craft and de­sign, though it also dis­plays Bri­tish art, in­ter­na­tional prints and Ori­en­tal art, such as In­dian minia­tures, Ja­panese prints and Chi­nese tex­tiles.

The Africana col­lec­tion dates back to the 18th cen­tury and in­cludes works by Fred­er­ick Timp­son I’Ons, one of South Africa’s ear­li­est pro­fes­sional artists. You’ll find works by Gla­dys Mgud­landlu and Dorothy Kay on its walls, as well as daz­zling ex­am­ples of bead­work of the South­ern Nguni peo­ple.


Gin­ger Restau­rant on Port El­iz­a­beth’s beach­front serves sea-view sun­down­ers from its wooden deck. They are famed for their Gin­ger Mo­jito, while the restau­rant serves a three-course tast­ing menu that is tweaked weekly based on sea­son and avail­abil­ity. Dishes can be also be paired with lo­cal award-win­ning wines.

Cheers to dis­cov­er­ing Port El­iz­a­beth’s arty side.

First Page: Port El­iz­a­beth is known for Shark Rock Pier.

Sec­ond Page Top: Donkin Re­serve is un­doubt­edly an art lover’s favourite stop.

Sec­ond Page Bot­tom: Sou­venir shop­ping is a breeze in PE.

This Page Top Left: The Nel­son Man­dela Met­ro­pol­i­tan Art Mu­seum show­cases an ex­ten­sive col­lec­tion of lo­cal art­works.

This Page Top Right: PE isn’t called The Friendly City for noth­ing!

This Page Bot­tom Right: Rich­mond Hill is of­ten a hive of ac­tiv­ity.

This Page Bot­tom: Feather Mar­ket Cen­tre along the Donkin Her­itage Trail is a na­tional mon­u­ment.

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