Enjoy some homemade bread at the Pioneer's Museum

While enjoying a cup of coffee and homemade bread, visitors can experience a way of life lived in the Pioneer Museum dwelling built in 1848. The house was built of clay and local materials, with a thatched roof and earthen floors, and is furnished in the traditional 19th century rural style. It is surrounded by a traditional herb and vegetable garden, orchard, furnished wagon house and vineyard. Well-trained guides in period clothing present curriculum-based educational programmes. Visitors can make use of the picnic and braai facilities. The hall and lapa can be rented for events. It is ideal for country weddings and kiddies birthday parties. A New Year's Festival is held at the Museum every year in January.

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Tel: 012 813 8006 Cell: 072 323 9758
R40 / adult R25 / child R20 / pensioner
Mon-Fri: 07:30-14:00 Public holidays/ Saturdays/ Sundays: 09:00-16:00