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Museum
“Kids had a lot of fun visiting the museum especially seeing the giant whale skeleton!”
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Community Center
“A must do activity is to spend a day visiting the many historical buildings and museums in Stellenbosch. There truly is something for everyone in this town! From the V.O.C. Kruithuis, an old gunpowder house where war memorabilia is on display, to the Toy and Miniature Museum, where you can take a trip back to the good old days before computer games and mobile phones. The Village Museum is another must during your stay in Stellenbosch with its four lovely restored historic homes which you can view at your leisure, Schreuderhuis, Blettermanhuis, OM Berghhuis and the beautiful Grosvenor House.”
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Museum
“The Springbok Experience is a world-class, modern interactive museum telling South Africa’s story through the eyes of its most powerful sport. It offers a fun and entertaining experience for the whole family and is a ‘must-do’ attraction at the heart of the V&A Waterfront in Cape Town. The museum features more than 60 audio visual displays where visitors can watch the history of South African rugby unfold, set among cases displaying historic objects such as famous trophies, jerseys, boots and other memorabilia. ”
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Art Museum
“This little gem has a gazillion rand’s worth of our most famous artist’s exquisite work. Charming and interesting. ”
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Museum
“Have and Eland or Ostrich burger at the great on-site restaurant. See and learn how the San people, the original inhabitants of the West Coast, lived before the arrival of the Europeans. ”
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Museum
“Great lookout point; view Hermanus & Walker Bay. On clear day's De Kelders is visible across the Bay.”
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Frans restaurant
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“Beautifully restored and furnished original homestead of the very first wine farm in the Cape. Walking distance from Waterford Guest House. Wine tasting, tours and choice of two top restaurants for breakfasts, lunches and supper. Local artists display their masterpieces for sale.”
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General Travel
“Interesting facts about the beginning of Cape Town when it was birthed only 365 years ago The range of objects displayed in this exhibition at the Slave Lodge – include puppets, furniture, weapons and fashion objects – reveals in a general sense the rich diversity of cultural backgrounds of the slaves transported to the Cape during the 17th and 18th Centuries. These objects are not from the period of colonial slavery, but reflect how customs and traditions are passed down from one generation to the next and adapted for different conditions. The VOC (Dutch East India Company) maintained a settlement at the Cape to support its profitable Asian trading operations. Nearly all the men, women and children were from regions around the Indian Ocean, including present-day Madagascar, Mozambique, India, Sri Lanka and Indonesian islands such as Sumatra, Java, Bali, and Timor.”
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Museum
“Exceptionally well looked after Museum. One of a few in Graaff-Reinet. They are all well kept”
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Museum
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Science Museum
“So much to see and so much to do - centre aimed at improving the quality of the understanding of science and science literacy Fun fun fun for all ages to learn”
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Museum
“This little museum has a little but very enjoyable surprise when you go up to its roof. Its really worth a visit. ”
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History Museum
“The Huguenot Monument in Franschhoek, South Africa, is dedicated to the cultural influences that Huguenots have brought to the Cape Colony”
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Museum
“Located in the Clock Tower precinct of Cape Town's V & A Waterfront, Cape Town Diamond Museum pays tribute to the world's most precious gem. Take a guided tour of the museum by a diamond professional, providing a unique opportunity to experience the wonderful world of diamonds and understand why the world’s most desired treasure has been met with such allure and fascination over the centuries. Duration: 25-40 minutes. Maximum 10 adults per tour.”
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History Museum
“Dive into the history of the very first heart transplant, performed right here in Cape Town by Dr Christiaan Barnard in 1967. Currently rated as the top museum in Cape Town.”
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Scenic Lookout
“The Noon Gun has been a historic time signal in Cape Town, South Africa since 1806. It consists of a pair of black powder Dutch naval guns, fired alternatingly with one serving as a backup. The guns are situated on Signal Hill, close to the centre of the city. This gets fired everyday at noon. ”
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