Things To Do in Lorraine

Lorraine is situated in Port Elizabeth, in the Eastern Cape, South Africa. Show on Map

Bayworld Oceanarium

Where? Humewood
The Bayworld Oceanarium is a popular destination amongst tourists and locals in Nelson Mandela Bay. Take along the whole family for a fun filled day of education and entertainment. The predator tank displays ...

Norm-Hudlin MTB Trail

Where? Lorraine
If you are looking for a great ride with varied terrain and room to explore then this is the one for you. Suitable for beginner and intermediate riders, this trail is a 20km circuit, with shorter options ...

Port Elizabeth Library

Where? Central
The gorgeous building of the Port Elizabeth Main Library is found in the north-west corner of Market Square in Port Elizabeth. The building was officially opened in 1902 and is well regarded as a fine ...

Shanna's Portuguese Restaurant

Where? Lorraine
Shanna’s, conveniently situated on Circular Drive, brings the authentic tastes of Portugal to the Friendly City of Port Elizabeth! Having been established more than a decade ago, Shanna’s has established a ...

The Pink Fig

Where? Lorraine
The Pink Fig is an interesting combination of restaurant, tea garden and kiddies’ play farm. It is a scenic little barn-style venue and garden area that is filled with fun things for children to see and do. ...

Hacklewood Hill Country House Restaurant

Where? Walmer
The Restaurant at Hacklewood is one of sheer sophistication, celebrating all thing superb. Fresh ingredients and international techniques are used to achieve only the highest quality, assuring each diner of a ...

Stage Door Restaurant

Where? Central Hill
The Phoenix Hotel, which houses the Stage Door Restaurant, is the oldest in Port Elizabeth. History permeates every aspect of this institution, not least of all the small pub and restaurant, which has a loyal ...

The Aloe Trail

Where? Bluewater Bay
The Aloe Trail begins at Tipper’s Creek Road between Bluewater Bay and Amsterdamhoek suburbs of Port Elizabeth. This trail takes walkers on a beautiful journey through the coastal vegetation. There are two ...

No 7 Castle Hill

Where? Central Hill
No 7 Castle Hill was completed in 1830 and is now regarded as one of the oldest surviving settler cottages in Port Elizabeth. The interior presents a picture of domestic life such as many which was enjoyed ...

Visit the Red Location Museum

Where? New Brighton
The Red Location Museum is dedicated to the struggle for quality that characterised the apartheid regime in South Africa. However, more than this, it is also about the love and hope that underlined ...

Deli Street Café

Where? Richmond Hill
Deli Street Café enjoys prime positioning along Stanley Street in Richmond Hill, which is undoubtedly Port Elizabeth’s trendiest hotspot for eateries, coffee shops, cocktail bars, and delis. The sizeable ...

Sandpiper Restaurant

Where? Humewood
With views of the King’s Beach waterfront and the ocean beyond it, the Sandpiper Buffet Restaurant promises a beautiful dining experience. The dining area is nestled within the elegant old Humewood Hotel, ...

Golden Coast Restaurant

Where? Walmer
The Golden Coast is deceiving from the outside, from where it looks like a small, unassuming Chinese food outlet. Step inside, though, and this huge restaurant transports you to the East. Every wall and ...

Hopewell MTB Trails

Where? Greenbushes
Where: 15 minutes' south of Port Elizabeth, 10 minutes' from the Baywest Mall Level: across the board – beginner to advanced Type of route: purpose-built single track, over varied terrain that includes a ...

Pescadiya Seafood and Grill

Where? Richmond Hill
Richmond Hill's Stanley Street is the home of Pescadiya; a comfortable, trendy eatery that specialises in seafood and grills. Only fresh fish makes its way onto the inclusive Pescadiya menu, and is ...

Visit No 7 Castle Hill

Where? Humewood
Situated in the city centre, No 7 Castle Hill is a Victorian house museum dating back to 1827. The house is a declared National Monument. This picturesque cottage is one of the oldest remaining dwelling ...

Scuba Dive Bell Buoy Reef

Where? Port Elizabeth
For certified scuba divers, there are a wide range of dive spots around Port Elizabeth. Try Bell Buoy; a large reef which covers almost 5 acres with depths which range from 2 - 20 meters. Large red bait pods ...

Lady Slipper Farm Market

Where? Greenbushes
Purchase a picnic lunch at the Lady Slipper Farm Market. A typical South African Saturday morning market, you will find many local delicacies as well as freshly baked bread, pies and pancakes and a host of ...

Bird Watching Walk in Settlers Park

Where? Walmer
Situated in the valley known as the Baakens River, Settlers Park is home to more than 100 species of South African birds including the Peregrine Falcon, Swee Waxbill, Kingfisher species, Knysna Turaco, the ...

Barney’s Tavern

Where? Port Elizabeth
With its breathtaking location on the ocean-side of Marine Drive, with waves lapping nearby, Barney’s is one of Port Elizabeth’s best love gems. One of the oldest restaurants in PE, Barney’s Tavern offers a ...

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