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The National Trust of Zimbabwe

March 18, 2014
30 Hawkshead Drive, Borrowdale, Harare, Zimbabwe
30 Hawkshead Drive, Borrowdale, Harare, Zimbabwe
+263-(0)4-860202
+263-(0)4-860202
ntzimbabwe [at] gmail [dot] com; ntzimbabwe [at] gmail [dot] com
1960

Mission
To be the custodians of those properties and sites of cultural heritage and natural beauty which we hold in trust and to maintain and manage them for the benefit and enjoyment of the people of Zimbabwe and our friends now, and as a legacy for future generations.

The National Trust of Zimbabwe was established in 1960 and is involved with the preservation and protection of our heritage. The Trust is modelled on similar lines to those of England, Wales and Northern Ireland with the object of holding and maintaining any properties in trust for the benefit and enjoyment of all the people of Zimbabwe. This includes not only the preservation and protection of lands and buildings of national archaeological, historical or aesthetic interest, but also natural resources, fauna and flora. The list can be extended to incorporate objects and collections of interest as defined above. Also works of art, stamps and literature. These are available to the public for purposes of recreation, entertainment, resort or instruction.

Properties of the National Trust of Zimbabwe
  • Rhodes Nyanga Museum, Nyanga
  • World’s View, Connemara, Nyanga
  • Fort Gomo, Kadzamu, Penhalonga
  • Murahwa’s Hill, Mutare
  • La Rochelle Estate, Penhalonga; email larochellezim [at] gmail [dot] com
  • Mubukuwene, Burnside, Bulawayo
  • Sebakwe Poort Park, Kwekwe
Membership
Become a member of the Trust today and experience the historical and cultural importance and natural beauty of these sites and other National Trust sites worldwide.

Visit any of our sites to enjoy unspoiled natural woodland and mountain walks, exotic and indigenous trees, orchids, palms and cycads. Have the opportunity to view various species of birds and butterflies as well as flora and fauna. Experience the historical and archaeological history of Zimbabwe in the serenity and tranquillity of our various sites.

The Trust welcomes new members. Please contact ntzimbabwe [at] gmail [dot] com or hyslop [at] mango [dot] zw for a membership form.

Membership types
Individual member
Fee per annum: USD 15
Benefits: Free entrance to NT properties worldwide that have reciprocity with NTZ (see below); Free entrance to NTZ properties in Zimbabwe; Quarterly Newsletter; Free entry to Reps Theatres; Free entry to National Galleries; Access to members only Facebook page.

Companies
Fee per annum: USD 200
Benefits: As above for a total of 6 employees plus public acknowledgement at all sites, newsletters and Facebook page.

Benefits to members
FREE admission to the numerous and outstanding properties of the overseas national trusts with whom we have reciprocity: - notably, the National Trust of England, Wales and Northern Ireland, the National Trust for Scotland, the National Trust of Ireland. (An Taisce). Also, the National Trusts of Australia, New Zealand, Tasmania, Jersey, Guernsey, The Netherlands, (Stichting Vrienden der Geldersche Kasteelen and Het Geldersch Landschap), Malaysia, Fiji, Bahamas, Bermuda and Barbados.

We welcome you to share and experience with us the interest and beauty of these many valuable sites throughout the world.