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I visit here at least twice a month. There is so much to do here. Irene Marker, Ouma Iesie's Tea Garden that serves awesome food, Smuts House Museum itself and then there are the walks for fundraisers for various animal rescues on most Sunday's. You...More
We did not come for the museum but instead to do the Oubaas Hiking Trail, which was a lovely and relaxed trail. The Saturday we went there just happened to be a dog-walking fundraiser which was lovely as we also had a pooch with us...More
A well preserved house which really gives you a sense of the man. Lots of informative displays and much to read, also some fascinating photographs of the Royal visit in 1947 and Smuts’ funeral in 1950. There is apparently a guide but he didn’t turn...More
A historic venue. Quiet and peacefull.
With a nice teagarden. The fantastic fresh scones can not be missed.
A visit to the the organic market on Wednesday and Saturday is an interesting visit with stalls to stalls to visit.
Pet free venue (except for visit...More
This is the house of one of the giants of history. He was a leader of the Boers during their war for independence, yet following their defeat not much more than 10 years later was actively leading South African forces fighting around the world for...More
This place is not very easy to find, especially of you do not know the area. The grounds are clean and that's about it that I can say of this place. It is not worth the R30 entrance fee and it is a complete waste...More
We visited Irene Flea Market with its wonderful hand crafts and took the children for a visit to the museum. They really enjoyed it and it was moderately priced. We go every year and it's never very busy.
This museum is a must for anyone interested in the history of South Africa and the world. It provides amazing insights into the life of a truly remarkable man and his influence on events, world leaders and countries over a significant period in the history...More