Gandhi Square


Gandhi Square was originally built in 1983 as Government Square in the Johannesburg CBD. In the years since, the square has undergone many transformations, but was finally thoroughly refurbished in 2002 and a life-sized statue of Gandhi was unveiled. It was given a new name, after the prominent Indian politician Mahatma Gandhi, who came to Johannesburg in 1903 and worked as a lawyer and civil rights activist. This square is home to numerous shops, restaurants, and cafes.



Nearby Attractions

Carlton Centre 367 m away - Johannesburg
See More
Galaxy World, Carlton 367 m away - Johannesburg
See More
SAB World of Beer 954 m away - Johannesburg CBD
See More
If you've gotten this far, you've clearly enjoyed reading about Gandhi Square! Why not make a holiday of it and check out our list of accommodation near Gandhi Square?
Nearby Accommodation Click to show accommodation options close to Gandhi Square

You may also be interested in browsing our selection of accommodation in Johannesburg CBD or reading about Johannesburg CBD

Your browser is out of date!

Update your browser to view this website correctly. Update my browser now

0860 022 102 | [email protected]