William Prinsloo Museum

The history of the development of agriculture in South Africa as well as a collection of vehicles of yesteryear (eg donkey and horse carts, ox-wagons, coaches, carriages and spiders) are displayed in the main building. Various old agricultural implements will bring back pleasant childhood memories to many visitors.

Visitors can explore the 1880 and 1913 house museums and outbuildings, as well as two Ndebele homesteads from different eras. Indigenous farm animals include the Nguni and Afrikaner cattle, Kolbroek pigs, Speckled Persian sheep and indigenous chickens like the Ovambo, Koekoek, Venda and Naked Necks.

Visitors are offered unique public and curriculum based educational programme. Guided tours are presented to school groups of all grades as well as adult groups by highly qualified guides.

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