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The aged were taken on a outing and they were very disappointed .....nowhere to have anything to drink and werent told when enquiry was made ...really pathetic.....no demonstrations .....why is this really potentially good museum so run down .....
Glad we visited but we won't return. It seems this warehouse is where all old historical farm equipment and old vehicles have gone to die. Equipment/ vehicle explanations are vague which is very unfortunate and the museum seems badly maintained. We walked away without that...More
This museum is still a working farm. A very good example of how people lived and worked late 1800 early 1900 on a farm in South Africa. The old farmhouse consist of furniture, kitchen utensils and etc. that was used in the every day life...More
The Willem Prinsloo Museum situated on Old Pretoria Road between Pretoria and Bronkhorstspruit almost 15 km to Bronkhorstspruit, preserves and present a living Agriculture Heritage with implements dating back to Stone Age, showcases the evolution of Agriculture a must see for Museum, Agri enthusiasts and...More
The museum has a number of different exhibits dealing with various aspects of the history of agriculture with the emphasis on South Africa and the old Transvaal. I found the exhibit of the large number of animal-drawn vehicles particularly interesting. The labels, though brief, were...More
Hi, we visited on a Sunday, after the Farm festival on the previous Saturday, so it wasn't very busy. My 3 year old son enjoyed it so much, we had to "con" him into leaving after 3 hours:-) The museum displays are excellent, and we...More
Visiting the museum is interesting and if you are in the area go visit, unfortunately this is not a museum with a WOW factor. It feels as if the museum was not planned properly (but maybe it is just me). Some of the exhibits are...More
Here you will find old wagons and horse carts dating from the Voortrekker era to the early part of the 20th century, before cars started taking over. I'm certainly glad motor vehicles have improved since then. There is also old mechanised farming machinery powered by...More