Rhodes Memorial on Table Mountain in Cape Town, South Africa, is a memorial to English-born South African politician Cecil John Rhodes (1853-1902).
Rhodes owned vast areas of the lower slopes of Table Mountain, most of which he gave to the nation on his death. The view from Rhodes Memorial is quite stunning. There is a well-known tea room behind the memorial, and it is a popular viewpoint and picnicking spot which is frequented by students from the University of Cape Town (UCT). It is also a starting point for walking and hiking on Devil’s Peak.
Part of his estate was used for the University of Cape Town upper campus, part is now the Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden, while much of it was spared from development.Today the memorial is part of the Table Mountain National Park.