4.5 based on 745 reviews
Went late afternoon and enjoyed the different view points. Interesting geological site! Open wide landscape is very impressive. Easy hiking route to admire the valley from different view point. Take comfortable shoes. During the visit weather changed to cold and windy condition. So take always something warm just in case. Great spot for sundowner.
4.5 based on 97 reviews
4.5 based on 113 reviews
So much history, to do beautifully restored Reinet House justice, give yourself time as much as possible...going back to your family historical roots was amazing discovery and to explore, the visit was worth it and will return at another opportunity.
4.5 based on 31 reviews
We had a quick beer tasting and then a few beers and lunch. Lunch took longer than usual to be prepared and drink waiters was pretty much absent, but in general, we were not in hurry and the food was excellent. Pity the wool shop closed so early. (;
4 based on 42 reviews
They all offer something different which is great,Reinet house is the one if you only have time for one but for me Urquhart House was the most interesting and contained the very best quality items,.specifically furniture. All are very well arranged with good descriptions of the items.Staff are friendly and have a good knowledge of their product.My only negative is that whilst Reinet House is the hub with lots of staff, I was unable to gain access to the Residency in the middle of the afternoon until the staff of Reinet House saw the situation.In addition Urquhart House did not o[pen at 8am as advertised,
4 based on 22 reviews
"If we are asked why in 1978 a memorial should be erected for a man who died in 1902, then the answer is simple. The life and work of this man was such that history placed him in the heroes’ gallery and nothing and no one can deprive him of that place." John Voster
4 based on 17 reviews
There is a well-tended square between the Dutch Reformed church and the town hall, in the middle of which stands the Victory Peace Angel. The fallen soldiers of both World Wars are commemorated there. It was impossible to get up close to read the inscriptions, as workers and beggars use this space to bed down. Be alert and on your guard and rather go and see this attraction with a group of people, rather than by yourself.
4 based on 19 reviews
This stunning building in Church St, just a few doors down from the Info Centre, houses a variety of different collections. I spent an interesting time here, appreciating the artifacts on display and Reading up about Robert Sobukwe. I found the fossil collection particularly intriguing as there are several excellent examples of the fern Glossopteris ( in its more compressed form it is the basis of most of the coal deposits in this country).
Although there were many different collections, I thought that the San Rock art display was far below the standard of the rest of the exhibits.
4 based on 14 reviews
This is a very varied collection featuring the work of some of our 'modern' South African icon artists. From traditional to abstract there is something to appeal to everyone. The venue is beautiful with an amazing timber ceiling.
4 based on 35 reviews
Situated just off the main street is this cactus Gardens built up over many years. Full of mature cacti & succulents. We spent a very pleasant time looking at the plants and chatting with the owner Johan. Plenty of sales plants available although as visitors to South Africa we were unable to bring any home.
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