Namibia Craft Centre

About Namibia Craft Centre

A Bustling Destination for All Things Namibian

You’ll find this bustling collection of Namibian arts, crafts and food at 40 Tal Street, Windhoek.
It occupies the site of the old brewery and features a huge accumulation of over 40 indoor and outdoor stalls packed with high-quality goods.

Enjoy Some of the Best Things to Do in Windhoek

Namibia Craft Centre offers abundant opportunities to enjoy the best that this interesting country has to offer. These include:

  • Animal carvings made from mopane and ironwood
  • Ostrich -eggshell jewelry made by the San people
  • Intricately carved Makalani kernels
  • Himba bracelets and copper wire jewelry
  • Hand-woven rugs and carpets
  • Authentic crafts and creations at Ethnic Africa Crafts
  • Wild-silk scarves, embroidered linen, and colorful textiles
  • Matukondjo dolls and other handmade toys
  • Sweet cactus juice and Devil’s Claw tea

Other attractions at the Namibia Craft Centre include the Omba Art Gallery and acclaimed photographer the late Tony Figuera’s Studio.

The onsite Craft Café offers plenty to eat and drink, including scrumptious cheesecake and apple crumble. There are plenty of healthy options up for grabs too, as well as a great selection of handmade preserves, chutneys, and jams.

Make the Most of Your Time in Namibia

You should plan to spend most of the day exploring the handiwork of local creatives and craftsmen when you stop off at the Namibia Craft Centre, so bring a comfy pair of walking shoes. It’s a don’t miss destination for your Windhoek itinerary and the best place to pick up unique gifts and mementos of your visit.

Are you looking for more things to do in Windhoek or beyond? Browse our website for all the best tips or get in touch for assistance.

Please Note: The details shared herein around products and services, are correct at the time of publishing. However, with time some of this information may change. We recommend confirming information with suppliers prior to making final travel arrangements. If you do happen to find an issue with any information we’ve shared here, please feel free to contact us so that we can make the relevant changes.


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