A place to Eat, Exhibit or Shop.

The Namibia Craft Centre opened its doors in 1990, under Newveld Ventures Investment & Development Company (Pty) Ltd. In 1996 the Rossing Foundation took over the management of the centre, and expanded and upgraded it with the inclusion of the Omba Gallery. Kerry MacNamara Architects won an award for the design of the centre, and the new Namibia Craft Centre opened its doors in 1997. As the demand for more trading space increased, the Namibian Craft Centre expanded further in 1999 to include the Hilde List Loft and the Cold Room.

In 2004, the Omba Arts Trust was established and took over the management of the Namibian Craft Centre from the Rossing Foundation. In 2009, the trust decided to focus on its core business of craft development, which resulted in the registration of the Namibia Craft Centre as a section 21 Company: Namibia Arts, Craft & Design.

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A collection of best Namibian Art

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Art and Craft Gallery Exhibitions

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Freshly prepared  food & drink

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Discover Namibian Literature & Music

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A collection of Namibian items epitomising the country: Expertly woven baskets, Makalani kernels, San ostrich-eggshell jewellery, wild silk scarves, Himba bracelets and colourful embroidered linen.

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We have an extensive range of EARRINGS made from materials like leather, ostrich egg shells, beads, cloth, precious metals and more!

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