The team that runs this Art Gallery are really committed to creating beautiful situations and also lovely exhibitions. We attended with college students for an opening night and enjoyed jazz music as well as snacks and drinks.
So glad that I went to the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan Museum. I took a taxi because it would have been a long walk from Lungile Backpack Lodge where I was staying (great location). The museum is in two buildings but the exhibitions are small enough...更多
If you have an hour to spare in Port Elizabeth visit this contemporary art gallery:
- located close to the historical walk
- free entry
- a wide range of impressive paintings and sculptures
- comfortable environment with good seating
- African creativity and a...更多
Formerly known as the King George VI Art Gallery, this art museum was opened in 1956 and stands at the main entrance to St George's Park.
The temporary exhibition currently on view is entitled "This belongs to all of us", "Yeyethu Sonke" and celebrates 60...更多
This art museum is lovely but lacks energy. It is a staid collection without anything which stands out and would make you want to tell people to go and take a look. It has got one or two pieces which are nice. I find the...更多
Was very pleased with the diversity and quality of the indigenous collection offered at this outstanding museum. Both the permanent collection and the temporary exhibits were top-notch. Very professional staff as well
One almost hates to say anything less than effusive about anywhere that carries Nelson Mandela's name, but I have to say that the website led us to believe it was much bigger. It is, essentially, just two large rooms, one of which is modern artists...更多