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(Open by appointment only.) The stories that lived (and still live) within the walls of the Lindfield Victorian House Museum tell a tale of Johannesburg during an era that, more than any other, shaped urban Johannesburg as we know it today. A tale...more
All reviews high tea victorian times step back in time victorian age upper middle class rooms furnished royal albert british family household items amazing information walking encyclopedia wealth of knowledge future generations each piece heritage site mind boggling worthwhile visit
Lindfield Victorian House Museum
My favorite attraction in Johannesburg
Just perfect, You will never be disappointed. From the moment you arrive till the moment you leave. It was all unforgettable experience. You will ring the bell outside and Kathrine “the one who is running this...More
Loved every moment being in the house! Ms Love has such an extensive knowledge of the houses history, her family and general victorian era. She speaks so eloquently, you honestly feel like you have been transported back in time. Loved it all! The tea and...More
Breath-taking guided tour through 18 rooms of a Henry Baker house, set out as if lived in during the mid-late Victorian era including Ladies Drawing room, Library, Music room (Edwardian), Formal Dining Room, bedrooms and Nursery Wing. It is clear that Katherine Love had a...More
A very interesting and informative tour of this amazing Victorian house. It was as though we were transported back in time 130 years. It was fascinating to hear the stories of how the Victorian household worked. Our tour guide (the owner of the house) was...More
We visited Lindfield on Sunday 1st July and had an amazing tour going back in time to Victorian era. Katherine was a fabulous guide and there wasn’t a question she didn’t know the answer too. We learnt so much!
This house is an extraordinary labour of love for all things Victorian by the owner, Katherine Love. The collection of Victorian memorabilia is truly mindblowing as is the attention to detail. Katherine still lives in this incredible home and it is literally stepping back into...More