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James Hall Museum of Transport

Pioneers' Park, Rosettenville Road | La Rochelle, Johannesburg, South Africa
+27 11 435 9718
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“horse drawn” (6 reviews)
“vintage cars” (3 reviews)
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Pioneers' Park, Rosettenville Road | La Rochelle, Johannesburg, South Africa
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+27 11 435 9718
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Reviewed 5 May 2017 via mobile

A must to see when visiting Joberg , Free no ticket. Start with various types of horsecarraige on loft followed by vintage cars , trams, old fire stations and not to miss Beetle

Thank Hemant T
Reviewed 29 April 2017 via mobile

Well worth a visit! Old cars, busses, wagons, bikes etc. Clean and well exibited. No entrance fee but they do expect a donation at the door.

Thank Ccffll
Reviewed 14 February 2017

Went here years ago and returned to try and relive some of those memories....Every bit as good as I remember it being full of history...

Thank Simon C
Reviewed 1 February 2017

This is a must visit for "petrol heads" and anybody who has an interest in vintage transport. Located in the south of Johannesburg it is not in the best area but there is easy access from both the M2 & N17. There is limited free/secure...More

Thank Howard L
Reviewed 14 January 2017 via mobile

Place is so filthy. No running water for toilets. Vehicles pushed in so near to each other you can hardly move. Vehicles not kept clean or kept in restored condition. To think this is a place of multi million vintage vehicles and it looks so...More

Thank WeirdoQiie
Reviewed 9 January 2017

We only had less than an hour (way too short a time to appreciate this place) and had to rush through everything. They don't charge for entrance, only accept donations. I think they should charge and then offer guided tours. There is so much to...More

Thank Nosipiwo N
Reviewed 8 December 2016

If you grew up in the times of Side cars and trams, this is a must. Takes you back to those days you often remember with or woithout thinking or regrets. Puts you back into the times of Hot-rods on Friday nights at Wembley.

Thank JohanFlorida_RSA
Reviewed 4 December 2016 via mobile

Wasn't that keen to go in , free admission just a donation. Turned out to be a pleasant tour,informal friendly and yes worth getting of the hop on hop off bus. Enjoyable 30mins if you have kids with you something they would enjoy.

Thank Vicki1359
Reviewed 20 November 2016

What a day out. Nice to see the old and the new, the units looked after and preserved for the coming generations.

Thank richardcbody
Reviewed 4 November 2016 via mobile

If you love vintage cars (to see atleast!!), then this place is a heaven. All British era cars, buses, trams, bikes and even bicycles and horse carts, takes you literally through that era. All these old vehicles are very well maintained. This is one of...More

Thank jigneshad
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