Free Walking Tour
We would like to give a warm welcome to everyone who visits this amazing city to talk about its rich and illustrious history, it’s secrets and paths less trodden! We are open and curious folks who enjoy meeting new friends from all over the world.
We would like to make you feel as if a friend of yours is showing you around, but a friend with local insights. Those who are familiar with the city and even locals can get surprised too!
So whether you are in Harare for just a few days or if you live there, join us on this free walking tour!
REVIEWS BY PAST PARTICIPANTS
Places you will visit:
- Harare Gardens: The Harare Gardens is the main garden in the City. With tress estimated to be 50 to 100 years old.
- Monomotapa Hotel: The Monomotapa Hotel formely Crowne Plaza Hotel is the most-visited hotel in Harare. The hotel is famous for its unique, semi-circular shape.
- National Gallery of Zimbabwe: The National Art Gallery of Zimbabwe showcases contemporary pieces by regional artists. The gallery was established in 1952 with money donated by Sir James McDonald.
- First Street: First Street is one of the most popular pedestrian streets in Harare. Here you can mingle with locals and experience
- Anglican Cathedral: The Cathedral of St Mary and All Saints was built in 1913 by British architect Herbert Baker. The sandstone structure was built over a period of fifty years and was finished only in 1961.
- Africa Unity Square: Built in 1890, Africa Unity Square was is designed with its inner paths forming the Union Jack. The square has served as an important meeting place throughout Harare’s history.
- Eastgate Shopping Mall: Built in 1996 The Eastgate Centre is a shopping centre and office block in central Harare, whose architect is Michael Pearce.