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Antelope park

The 3000-acre game park is home to a variety of beautiful and charismatic wildlife. Your stay at Antelope Park will not only leave you with memories that will last a lifetime, but also with the knowledge that you have personally contributed to the survival of the African Lion. Antelope Park offers a vast variety of once-in-a-lifetime Activities that you will remember forever. Whether you are looking to share the fun with your significant other, family or a group of friends, there’s something for everyone. Activities include: Game Drives, Horse back Safaris,  Elephant Interaction, Snake Induction, Carriage Ride, Bush Walks, Lion Feeding, Bird Viewing


Naletale ruins

This jewel is a very attractive and very photogenic structure that has all the makings of our very first own Unesco World heritage site.Situated 85km south east of Gweru is a colossal wall constructed from the masonry highly decorated featuring all the designs of the Zimbabwe architectural tradition, chevrons, herringbone, chequers, cords and ironstone coloured bands. The Nalatale monument is set atop a small kopje that commands good views over the surrounding countryside of the Somabula flats.


Zimbabwe military museum

The Zimbabwe Military Museum, located in the former ramshackle gold mining village, Gweru, is the only museum of its nature in Zimbabwe. The Museum focuses on the research and other museological endeavours in the military field, thereby liaising with the army, air force and police. The Museum opened its doors to the public on the 24th o f January 1974 as the Midlands Museum, which was changed to the current name in 1985. The museum houses different galleries with exhibitions focusing on the military field, air force and police. The army gallery illustrates the development of military equipment from about the 16th century through the colonial period to the liberation war. The foyer area of the museum also provides display space for temporary exhibitions. These are subject to change every three months on a quarterly basis.