We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
All reviewsmosaic arttourist centrelovely tributegrassy areanelson mandelaking edward hotellife sizeflag polebeautiful parkhistory of south africalight houseinteresting placeworth a visiton displaypyramidslighthousesir
My husband and I took a walk to the Donkin Reserve to see the pyramid and lighthouse. The mosaic on the floor is worth taking the time to look properly at and not just glance. I think it was 10rand to go up the lighthouse...More
At least something to do in PE. You can also follow some kind of art path. It is possible to go up the lighthouse for 10 Rand were you have a very nice over the ocean and PE. The mosaik is to be seen very...More
My visit was not very recent but would say the maintenance of the gardens and indigenous plants is poor, security could be risky, so dont carry passports cameras money etc openly, and move around in groups larger than two if possible, or when the area...More
We spend some days in PE and found this place more or less by accident as we had not really read a lot about PE before...
The Donkin is a beautiful place to visit, take some pictures and have a short rest. We can also...More
My wife and I accompanied by our parents visited the Donkin site and took some tremendous photos. It is well maintained and the area has been somewhat restored although more needs doing.
It is a very colourful place both in the literal and metaphorical. The...More
Lived in PE for many years during its golden years. Nowadays the historic centre of Port Elizabeth is like so many other cities in Africa, somewhat messy and dangerous. Great to visit, but do it in the middle of the afternoon when people are around....More
Certainly worth a visit but quite frankly the area has seen better days as it is really just above central Port Elizabeth. It does however afford nice views.
Parking is easy and whilst walking on the grassy area of the Reserve should be fine I...More