I havent posted in a while so here are some photos of the park. I tryed to shoot in the Mid Day Light
In 1882 Victorian Pearson Conservatory was built for the cultivation of exotic plants, water lilies and beautiful orchids. Named after Mr Henry Pearson, Mayor of P.E. on sixteen occasions, member of the Legislative Assembly, Treasurer-General of the Cape 1880-81 and Colonial Secretary in 1889. It was he who suggested the establishment of the conservatory for the cultivation of exotic plants. It was declared a national monument in 1983.
The St George’s Park Swimming Baths complex comprises an Olympic sized swimming pool with a diving area. The complex also contains the Master Harold tearoom which was used as the setting for the apartheid era play “Master Harold”…and the Boys by Athol Fugard. The Mannville Open Air Theatre, constructed in 1971, is used as part of the annual Port Elizabeth Shakespearean Festival. The Sea Scouts facility, Sea Scouts Hall, is the former home of the 72nd Air School, a Second World War Women's Auxiliary Air Force basic training school. The Port Elizabeth Lawn Tennis Club, Prince Alfred's Guard Memorial, Pearson Conservatory and the Port Elizabeth Cenotaph are other prominent features of the park - wikipedia.