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Shona Sculpture Gallery, 20 Airport Road, Harare, Zimbabwe

Open every day including weekends (except from Christmas Day to New Year’s Day inclusive).

Opening hours: 9am – 5pm

Entry is free (though a tip for the staff is always greatly appreciated!)


Location

Click this link:

Shona Sculpture Gallery on GoogleMaps

for our pinpoint location on Google Maps, which can also give you directions from your current location, but remember to read our instructions below about how to get onto the Airport Road service road…

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Access the gallery by car by turning off Airport Road at the SPCA roundabout

Directions

Directions from town

From Glenara, at the roundabout turn onto Airport Road heading towards the airport. Pass the army barracks on the left. At the big roundabout turn right.

Take the first left and left again and follow the road around the SPCA wall. You are now on the Airport Road service road, heading downhill and out of town against the traffic. We are three blocks down with a big green wall.

Directions from airport

Head into town on Airport Road. Cross the junction with Harare Drive and go straight on at the traffic lights (robots) junction with St Patrick’s Road. Go over the dip, up the hill to the big roundabout and turn left.

Take the first left and left again and follow the road around the SPCA wall. You are now on the Airport Road service road, heading downhill and out of town against the traffic. We are three blocks down with a big green wall.


Sign painted on the big green wall
Hopefully you can’t miss us!
AND there’s a big sign with our logo, that’s visible to traffic coming in both directions

If you get flummoxed as to how to reach us by car, get your driver to drop you outside our gates on the main Airport Road, so you can walk in and enjoy the gallery while SSG staff give the driver directions to the service road.

Zimbabwean Artist Tutani Mgabazi portrait photo

Tutani Mgabazi

Sculptor

Member of the Mugavazi family with its close links to Shona sculpture and the spring stone mines of Mvurwi, Tutani’s confidence and experience with sculpture shines through in his elegant and striking works – both the more traditional ladies and his more recent moves into abstraction.

See artist's work