Explore the rich culture while visiting the many attractions Harare is replete with. These cultural attractions are suitable for all ages and can prove to make your trip to Harare a fruitful one. Be it historic monuments or cultural performances, cultural attractions somehow steal the show of the other attractions and things to do in Harare.
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cnr Julius Nyerere Way & Park Lane, Harare, Zimbabwe
09:00 am - 05:00 pm
Originally named the “National Gallery of Rhodesia”, the name was altered when Rhodesia was. Dedicated to preserving, conserving and presenting the contemporary and visual art heritage of the country, this gallery showcases many a local and other African artists. In fact, this gallery has proved to be quite the stepping stone for many a...
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1 Harrow Road, Msasa, Harare, Zimbabwe
12:01 am - 12:00 am
The Chapungu Sculpture Park embraces Zibabwe’s sculpture art. Be amazed by a wide collection of sculptures made in solid stone. Founded in the 70s, the life-like art is merged well with nature- offering a good place to hangout with family and friends.
A must if you are visiting with children!
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Burnett Way, Harare, Zimbabwe
09:00 am - 05:00 pm
Located in the heart of the city, the Zimbabwe Museum of Human Sciences showcases some of the best archeological artifacts- covering the country’s rich history of culture and art.
Model Shona Village
The museum is a must for history lovers!
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Borrowdale Road, Gunhill Private Bag 7729, Causeway, Harare
08:30 am - 04:00 pm
True to its name, the National Archives of Zimbabwe is full of history! Right from the days of Rhodesia, to after it was re-named Zimbabwe, the National Archives holds within its wall, all the stories depicted through pictures, artifacts, personal accounts of erstwhile traders, settlers and explorers, along with an in-depth exhibition on the Second Chimurenga, Zimbabwe’s War Of Liberation.