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Cultural Heritage Arusha Tanzania

Cultural Heritage Arusha Tanzania

Cultural Heritage Arusha Tanzania is a unique cultural centre on the outskirts of Arusha. They have curio shops, a jewellery boutique, a tanzanite and precious stone counter, a restaurant, bargain centre and outstanding commercial art gallery.

The  Cultural heritage  Arusha Tanzania centre is a privately owned collection of shops and galleries that showcases arts from renowned artists around the African continent. It is one of the largest in east Africa and is located along the Arusha – Babati highway on the outskirts of the city of Arusha – Tanzania.

At Culture Heritage Arusha you can get a vast array of ornaments, jewellery, antiques and local crafts to cater for any budget. High quality clothing, textiles, accessories, books and spices can also be found onsite at Oneway and the Spice Centre and you can contact them directly through their website: Cultural Heritage

What to do there?

Browse through the many forms of art, including paintings, photography, carvings and many more. You most likely would need at least half a day to go through the whole lot as the place is enormous but luckily enough, there are two eateries on site where you can take a break and refuel your energy reserves. There also is the option of buying any art that catches your eye, in which case no matter how large it is, they will ship it to you.

The centre is not limited to art only, there are other items to sample such as jewellery, clothes, spices and leather products, all of which you could sample or buy. You can also watch movies at the cinema for a small fee, with the option of tribal or wildlife documentaries but these do require pre booking. Similarly you could spend some time in the day rooms as a break from wandering through the expansive compound. Entrance into the centre is free but access to some areas require extra fees.

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