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Route 67

Donkin Reserve, Port Elizabeth, South Africa
+27 41 582 2575
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One of the PE highlights

Route 67 really is a mixture of old and new, history and art. The art pieces are well worth... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
FireflyAfrica
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Port Elizabeth, South Africa
An amazing walking tour

We enjoyed every step of the amazing Route 67. We were escorted through the city centre with a... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
jhbende
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Greater Addo, South Africa
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Donkin Reserve, Port Elizabeth, South Africa
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Route 67 really is a mixture of old and new, history and art. The art pieces are well worth exploring and now that the Campanile has been refurbished and open again you have to take a walk down the hill to go and climb it....More

Thank FireflyAfrica
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We enjoyed every step of the amazing Route 67. We were escorted through the city centre with a tourism ambassordor whom we arranged through the office at the Donkin Reserve. DO THIS WALK

Thank jhbende
Reviewed 4 October 2017

A safe, noisy and beautiful place to see on Route 67. Every building has a story to tell and everyone who loves a walk should do this route. I love walking around and exploring the secret place that we don't see on social media or...More

Thank botha2017
Reviewed 8 August 2017 via mobile

Enjoyed a very brief visit to Route 67 during our stopover in Port Elizabeth. Some really interesting sculptures and art work.

Thank Neil S
Reviewed 2 August 2017

Route 67 is an experience of artworks depicting various aspects of our history, our dreams, our reliance, our hurts and our future. Woven into this are snippets of information that take you along the 67 years of Nelson Mandela's walk in public life. You can...More

Thank jikolodge
Reviewed 26 May 2017

A beautiful and creative space, with inspiration from Madiba's life. On great park is in the Donkin reserve - the winding path in the shape of a 1994 election queue surrounded by artworks by local schools and creatives.

Thank MichelledeB
Reviewed 16 April 2017

We ended up at the Donkin Reserve where we discovered a brochure for the famous Route 67. Small tourism office with unbelievable unfriendly staff. They take unfriendliness to a whole new level. The route itself was fantastic. We started at the Campanile and finished at...More

Thank Geoffrey H
Reviewed 16 February 2017

Share in the local history by following this route. It is free and is a steady and interesting walk past some lovely art works. Go to the tourism kiosk to fetch a brochure and enjoy. The tourism kiosk is at Donkin hILL

Thank 365giannad
Reviewed 10 January 2017

Every part of it has another history or story. So much to see and learn. It is also nice for beautiful views. Don't come back without seeing it.

Thank Murat B
Reviewed 5 January 2017

Lots of history and loads of art work to be seen. Gives you a good idea of the history of the town. Its a good walking trail. Just a pity not more information to read as you go along.

Thank Squash_10
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