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Explore unique things to do in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

Addis Ababa is a vibrant, historic city, rich with attractions and activities, many of which you'll find located just minutes away from Ramada by Wyndham Addis, Addis Ababa. Start with the National Museum of Ethiopia, which offers a comprehensive overview of the country's place in archeology, art and politics. The Red Terror Martyrs' Memorial Museum is a deeply moving tribute to the wrongs of the recent past, and a place for research and reflection to prevent atrocities in the future. St. George's Cathedral is part of the Orthodox Church, full of art and religious icons - a unique Addis Ababa destination and a must-see. Explore what's nearby and discover more about this vibrant city.
 

Red Terror Martyrs' Memorial Museum

Those who perished in the Red Terror are not forgotten in this center of learning and research, which offers free admission. The Museum Library is also open to the public, and is an invaluable resource for knowledge.

St. George's Cathedral

This beautifully conceived octagonal-shaped house of worship is a popular destination with the devout as well as the curious. Take a guided tour of the stained glass windows and paintings. There's also a museum onsite.

National Museum of Ethiopia

Home of one of the world's most famous archeological discoveries - the bones of "Lucy" an early hominid - this national museum covers natural history, art history and the cultures of Ethiopia throughout the ages.

Mount Entoto

Rising 3,200 metres above Addis Ababa, Mount Entoto is home to St. Mary's Church, and the Mount Entoto Museum, which houses relics and tribal clothes, along with the dwellings of Emperor Menelik II.

Ethnological Museum

Located on the main campus of Addis Ababa University, the Ethnological Museum's collection includes more than 13,000 items such as secular and religious manuscripts, ceremonial tools, paintings, icons, and books.
Mausoleum Of Menelik II at Addis Ababa

Mausoleum of Menelik II

The last resting place of Emperor Menelik II (1844-1813), this beautiful architectural example is also a place of worship. It also houses the remains of Menelik II's wife, Empress Taitou and his daughter, Empress Zauditu (1876-1930).
ShiroMeda Open Market at Addis Ababa

ShiroMeda Open Market

Experience authentic Addis Ababa open-market shopping at ShiroMeda. You'll be sure to go home with some exciting gifts and souvenirs including hand-made cloths and dazzling jewelry after a day spent browsing this vibrant marketplace.

Adadi Mariam

In use by worshippers, this 13th century rock-hewn church is a fine example of the kind of religious architecture one finds in Northern Ethiopia. It's adorned simply with some materials of a traditionally constructed house of worship.

Kiddus Raguel Church

Built under the reign of Emperor Menelik II this octogonal-shaped Orthodox Church is a fine example of local religious architecture. Nearby is the cave which was said to serve for 700 years as the original rock-hewn place of worship for Kiddus Raguel before the main church was built.

Holy Trinity Cathedral

The seat of the Orthodox Church of Ethiopia in Addis Ababa, Holy Trinity Cathedral is the final resting place for many of the country's royalty and patriots like Emperor Haile Selassie I and British anti-fascist activist Sylvia Pankhurst.

World Bank

Among the largest banks in the world, the offices of World Bank are located just moments away from Ramada Addis Ababa, affording business travelers easy access to this renowned financial institution in the City Centre.

Addis Ababa Museum

Home to a varied collection of works and exhibits that showcase the history of Addis Ababa and Ethiopia, the Addis Ababa Museum features a multitude of artistic works, sculpture and historic artifacts that date back centuries.

Africa Hall & ECA Conference Center, Menelik II Ave, Addis Ababa

The Africa Hall and ECA Conference Center is a modern convention space in the heart of Addis Ababa. The large, upscale venue plays host to many of the heads of state from surrounding African countries, as well as large conferences.

Entoto Palace

A historic and architectural treasure on Mount Entoto, this palace was once home to Emperor Menelik, and today stands as an impressive marvel atop one of the area's most beautiful and breathtaking natural wonders.

African Union Commission

The African Union Commission is the executive/administrative branch of the secretariat of the African Union and deals with many areas of policy. The commission is headquartered in Addis Ababa nearby.

Addis Ababa Golf Club

This 18-hole championship golf club provides beautiful views of the surrounding landscape of Addis Ababa. Tee off after a meeting or hit the driving range to unwind after an event filled day exploring the City Centre.

The Zoological Natural History Musuem

This museum gives visitors a snapshot into the natural history and wonders of Ethiopia, from native wildlife to fauna. Its extensive collection showcases everything from insects to sea corals and thousands of mammals.