The South End Museum lies on the corner of Humewood Road and Walmer Boulevard on the way to the Port Elizabeth Airport in the metro area. 

South End Museum, Walmer Blvd & Humewood Road, South End, Nelson Mandela Bay

Best time to visit:

You can visit the South End Museum any time of year. 

Things to do:

Head down the N2 for some surfing lessons at Jeffreys Bay; walk the Tsitsikamma Forest; go inland to the Addo Elephant National Park; or visit the glorious Baviaanskloof World Heritage Site. 

Get around:

You can either hire the services of a city guide, who would then drive you around the various sights of Port Elizabeth, or you can drive yourself to the museum and meet your South End guide there. 

What will it cost?

There is no official entrance fee to the South End Museum, but a donation at the end of your visit would be highly appreciated. 

Length of stay: 

If you’re only visiting the museum, set aside 90 minutes. If you’re going on a guided walk of the area, plan for a morning’s visit. 

Where to stay:

There are some good guest houses in the Humewood area – check the listed Nelson Mandela Bay Tourism website for choices. 

What to eat:

Summerstrand has some excellent seafood restaurants, so walk around the beachfront district and take your pick. 


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South Blvd Café is a Halaal Restaurant and we open at 8am everyday for Breakfast.

From 11am We tend to focus more on the lunch Until 2:30pm.