Francis Farewell Square

Monuments in or near Durban Central, Durban in KwaZulu Natal, South Africa.

Things To Do in Durban CentralFrancis Farewell Square

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Where? Francis Farewell Square, Durban, KwaZulu Natal.

When? Always open.

How much? Free

Overnight? Stay at accommodation in Durban Central, in KwaZulu Natal

This historic square in the middle of Durban is the spot where the city originated as a tiny settlement of itinerant traders and hunters in the early 19th century. It is named for Henry Francis Flynn, one of the prominent inhabitants of the time. Around the square are some interesting sights, particularly the 1910 City Hall on the south side, which is an exact replica of the City Hall of Belfast, Ireland.

On the first floor of the City Hall is the Natural Science Museum with an interesting insect section; on the first floor is the renowned Durban Art Gallery. Various musical, song and dance performances are held on the City Hall steps every Wednesday at 1pm. Alongside the City Hall is Durban's local history museum housed in the Old Court House, which was the first public building ever erected in Durban, in 1866.

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