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Enyokeni Royal Palace

One of King Goodwill Zwelitini's palaces.One of his wives, Queen Mamchiza lives here.

Eshowe Guesthouse

3 Oftebro Street, Eshowe, 3815

(035) 474 2362
dlinza@telkomsa.net

4 comfortable suites with own entrance in fully-equipped and serviced guesthouse. Tranquil surrounding near Dlinza Forest Aerial Boardwalk

Eshowe Jail (gaol)

John Ross Highway, Eshowe, 3815

(035) 474 1141
ronel@umlalazi.com

Built in 1900 as a 'second class' central prison, this national monument now houses the Thukela Commando.It was used as a place of refuge during the Bambatha uprising.A large fig tree to the rear was used as a rallying p...

Eshowe Residency

Windham Road, Eshowe, 3815

(035) 4741141
ronel@umlalazi.com

Built in 1894 to house the magistrate, this home was declared a national monument in 1986 the present magistrate and his family live here, along with a ghost named Josephine.

Felixton Sugarmill

Felixton

A small village near Empangeni housing a sugar mill labour force. The sugar mill is one of the largest in the country. The sugar mill is not open to the public.

Fifty-eight President Street, Vryheid

58 President Street, Vryheid, 3100

(033) 394 6543
amafa.pmb@pixie.co.za

This Tudor-style dwelling was erected in 1920. The old house was declared a national monument in December 1981.

Five Mile Beach

Osbournd Road, Eshowe

(035) 473 0724

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Fort Cambridge

(034) 982 2133

Built in late July 1879 by the 2nd Company, Royal Engineers and four companies of the 94th.

Fort Clery, Luneberg

Luneberg, 3183

(034) 995 1650

The fort was built during 1878 by a detachment of the 90th. Subsequently the fort was manned by the Kaffrarian Rifles and then troops of the 80th, who mounted two 6 pounder guns during their stay.

Fort Crealock

Gingindlovu, 3800

(035) 474 1141
ronel@umlalazi.com

The fort was built on the 23 April 1879 by the men of the First Brigade of the First Division, as a depot on the division's line of advance into Zululand, on the occasion of the Anglo-Zulu war..

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