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Walk the Iconic Route 67

A celebration of colour, art and heritage

Route 67

Starting below Donkin Reserve, Route 67 is a collection of public artworks symbolising Nelson Mandela's 67 years of work dedicated to the freedom of South Africa. The journey along the route erupts in a celebration of colour, art and heritage. Everywhere you look there are amazing sculptures and outdoor art.

Along the route, visitors will get to see one of the largest South African flags in the world. It stands tall above a stunning mosaic leading to a lighthouse and stone pyramid built by Sir Rufain Donkin for his wife Elizabeth, after whom the city is named.

Route 67 forms part the greater Nelson Mandela Bay Arts Journey which includes several Art Galleries, the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan Museum, the Athenaeum Building, the Red Location Museum, Uitenhage Market Square and the artEC Art Gallery.


Rates:

  • Guided Tour: R100 per person
  • Self-guided Walk: Free

To find out more about Route 67, visit the Nelson Mandela Bay Tourism website.

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