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Things to do in Harare, ZW

Balancing Rocks
Balancing Rocks

Harare, Zimbabwe Balancing Rocks of the Zimbabwe Dollar These naturally balancing rocks were pictured on every Zimbabwean banknote, up to the 100 trillion-dollar note.

Chapungu Sculpture Park
Chapungu Sculpture Park

The Chapungu Sculpture Park is a sculpture park in Msasa, Harare, Zimbabwe, which displays the work of Zimbabwean stone sculptors. It was founded in 1970 by Roy Guthrie, who was instrumental in promoting the work of its sculptors worldwide.

Cleveland Dam
Cleveland Dam

Your Road Map Starts at Cleveland Dam, Harare, Zimbabwe. It Ends at Harare, Zimbabwe. Want to know the distances for your google road map? You can see the Distance from Cleveland Dam to Harare, Zimbabwe! We also have map directions for your street map to help you reach you location exactly and in less time.

Dendera Gallery
Dendera Gallery

This well-presented gallery within Doon Estate has quality Zimbabwean and African crafts, many of which are antiques. There are also masks, jewellery, baskets, textiles, wooden carvings and paintings.

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Discovereum
Discovereum

The Discovereum is the brainchild of Drs J.N. Maraire and A.N. Chiura who upon relocating back to their homeland Zimbabwe recognised a gap in children’s learning resources in areas such as science, technology, engineering, art, and mathematics (STEAM).

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Epworth Balancing Rocks
Epworth Balancing Rocks

From the junction of Glenara Avenue / Chiremba Road, take the Chiremba Road 7.4 KM through the suburbs of Queensdale, Chadcombe, Hatfield and Park Meadowlands before reaching Epworth. A large rock on the right is called Domboramwarwi, which means “rock of God,” shortly afterwards the Balancing Rocks are reached and are very obvious on the left of the road with the turnoff at the National Museums and Monuments of Zimbabwe signpost.

First Floor Gallery Harare
First Floor Gallery Harare

African Art Gallery that showcases African Contemporary, upcoming exhibitions, Zimbabwean Artists portfolios, First Floor Gallery Harare News and much more

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Greenwood Park
Greenwood Park

Greenwood park, Zimbabwe - Greenwood Park is situated on the outskirts of the city centre and is particularly popular for kids aged seven years and under.....

HAKA Game Park
HAKA Game Park

Haka Game Park is located in Harare. Arrange to visit Haka Game Park and other attractions in Harare using our Harare trip itinerary tool.

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Harare Botanical Gardens
Harare Botanical Gardens

National Herbarium and Botanic Garden The 58-hectare National Botanic Gardens contain examples of the diverse plant life that thrive in Harare's pleasant climate. Most Zimbabwean species are represented, as well as specimens from Southern Africa.

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Harare Gardens
Harare Gardens

The Harare Gardens is the main garden in the City. The gardens are very beautiful and they are an ideal place for leisure, especially if you work in the city centre. The lawns and flowers are well maintained, and there is nice little pond in the north side of the gardens.

Kiki's Gallery
Kiki's Gallery

kikis A stylish gallery in Umwinsidale, Harare. Look forward to a unique shopping experience with personalised service to complement the wide range of furniture, ceramics, fabrics, leatherware, jewellery, African artefacts and gifts on offer in this beautiful setting.

Kutsvene Gardens,
Kutsvene Gardens,

Spacious scenic views in harmony with nature away from it all yet right here in Harare.

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Morris Depot Police
Morris Depot Police

Hassan Musa added a new photo — at Morris Depot Training Center, Zimbabwean Republic Police. · June 1 at 3:29am · Harare, Zimbabwe · Hassan Musa added a new photo — at Morris Depot Training Center, Zimbabwean Republic Police.

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Mukuvisi Woodlands
Mukuvisi Woodlands

Welcome to Mukuvisi Woodlands The Mukuvisi Woodland Nature Reserve is a national treasure, providing one of the few large green spaces open to the public in Harare. Over 18 000 school children visit The Woodlands each year. Deforestation and loss of habitat is rampant country-wide. Our amazing wildlife is more or less restricted to National Parks and other conservancies.

National Gallery of Zimbabwe
National Gallery of Zimbabwe

To promote talent, creativity and visual heritage through local and international platforms.

National Museums and Monuments of Zimbabwe
National Museums and Monuments of Zimbabwe

The National Museums and Monuments of Zimbabwe (NMMZ ) is Zimbabwe's premier heritage organization established under an Act of Parliament; The National Museums and Monuments of Rhodesia Act (1972) which is now called the National Museums and Monuments Act (Chapter 25:11).

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Regency Casino
Regency Casino

Welcome to Regency Casino & congratulations, you have opened the door to Zimbabwe’s’ Premier Casino Network. Browse through our web site and discover the feasts of gaming delights on offer. Incorporated in 1986, Enterpro is a network of gaming operations run by a dedicated team of seasoned casino personnel.

Stone Dynamics
Stone Dynamics

Winter-Irving, Celia: New Visions in Stone Harare 2003 Winter-Irving, Celia: Stone Sculpture in Zimbabwe context content and form Roblaw Publishers Harare 1991. Why does the freight seem so high in comparison to the price of the sculpture? Zimbabwe, situated in Southern Africa, does not have great volumes of freight and the distances to our clients’ destinations is usually great.

The Kopje
The Kopje

The ablution facilities at the top of the hill are no longer functioning. The kopje is also used by the public for surreptitious sexual encounters. According to the National Museums and Monuments of Zimbabwe (NMMZ) who are the custodians of the monument, the Harare Kopje is still a popular site for first-time tourists to Zimbabwe.

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The Shona Sculpture Gallery
The Shona Sculpture Gallery

HARARE - Harare’s newest gallery specialising in Zimbabwe’s famous Shona Sculpture has opened its doors. The Shona Sculpture Gallery, located at 20 Airport Road, Harare, is home to some of Zimbabwe’s leading contemporary sculptors, including numerous National Arts Merit Award (Nama) winners and finalists.

Wild Is Life
Wild Is Life

directions to the sanctuary will be forwarded to you on confirmation of booking. we are located 20 minutes from harare, three minutes from harare airport.

Zimbabwe Museum of Human Sciences
Zimbabwe Museum of Human Sciences

To gain a good understanding of the archaeology of Zimbabwe through from the Stone Age into the Iron Age. The displays are helpful, although the lighting could be improved. Provides a helpful and informative historical introduction to Zimbabwe for visitors, although the displays are rather static and eventually the experience becomes tiring, especially as there is nowhere to sit throughout all the galleries.

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