Things to see and do - Grahamstown
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Grahamstown Travel guide
Grahamstown : Michelin's recommendations
British settlers created Grahamstown in the early 19C, when thousands of Xhosa were killed or displaced. The historic centre has retained a very British look with many religious buildings connected to the Anglican church and Victorian houses that belonged to the old settlers. One of them, the Observatory Museum, contains a camera obscura with beautiful views of the town. Grahamstown also has one of the country’s largest universities. The students and local artists make the town a bit more lively, as does the well-known National Arts Festival.
Tourist attractions Grahamstown : Things to see and do
Prince Albert Street
An impressive collection of African musical instruments and many remarkable recordings have been preserved in this library where concerts are sometimes held.
123 High Street ZA - Grahamstown
The Graham Hotel is set in Grahamstown, 47 km from Port Alfred. Guests can enjoy the on-site bar. You will find a kettle in the room. The Graham Hotel features free WiFi throughout the property. There is a 24-hour front desk and shops at the proper..