Great Zimbabwe is a historic site 3 hours south of Harare, the capital, by car and is near the town of Masvingo. The ruins are concentrated in three different spots on the site: the "Hill Ruins" are atop a hill where there are shy monkeys-they are accessible by three passageways, the easiest being the longest and the hardest being the shortest; the "Great Enclosure" is the biggest and consists of a walled in village; the last is the "Valley Ruins" which are ruins of stone houses set in a field with special looking trees.
The entry price is quite high... 15$ for foreigners and 7$ for Zimbabweans.
The bathrooms are incredibly clean.
There is a small, well kept souvenir shop, and apparently there is a snack shop/restaurant, but it was closed when we visited (it was during the weekend..?).
All in all, it's worth a stop for people who are interested in Zim history, and is fun for families with kids-children can run around and let their energy loose while climbing boulders.