Everywhere you go; there are stories to tell and mysteries to unfold. Here in Port Elizabeth, you can rediscover art and the history of the city.
Here are some art galleries and museums in Port Elizabeth that you would want to go to and understand the culture and how the city became great.
- Nelson Mandela Metropolitan Art Museum
The evolution of the South African culture can be seen in this Museum. This is an eye-opening experience varying from the British and Oriental art, international printmaking, and art from the locals. According to Southafrica.net, “The museum, features art from across the historical spectrum at its temporary exhibitions.” The gallery has also collected many artworks by well-known South African artist about more than 50 years now.
- South African Air Force Museum
This museum showcases aircraft from the 1930’s up to the new ones of today. No entrance fee is charged but there are some fees maybe on the way to the museum. Since the area is an active airfield of the South African Air Force, Identification Documents must be shown especially to tourists and foreigners at all times during the visit.
- Volkswagen AutoPavilion
One of the most famous tourist attractions is the Volkswagen AutoPavilion, which showcases Volkswagen cars from the past to the present ones. They also endorse their new technology under their company name and they also have tours without any charge. There are admission fees of course but the children under 16 and the pensioners are half off than regular adults. Many have rated the place as excellent according to TripAdvisor and ranked first in the museums of Port Elizabeth.