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One of the most significant events in the history of South Africa was the Anglo-Boer War of 1899-1902. Although the protagonists were Britain and the two Boer Republics of the Transvaal and the Orange Free State, the population of South Africa as a...more
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Due to a general power failure, the museum proper was closed as it was too dark to see anything anyway. However, one may see the Vroue Monument, a blockhouse, dolls house, various statuary, the field hospitals building, and the old train, next to the old...More
I visited the anglo boer war museum and womens monument wich is situated on the same property. It is very well kept, clean and neat. Inside the museum there is alot of information and a few very nice collections of the boer war. It is...More
I love the gardens/terrain on my last visit I was allowed to walk my dog. It's a good place to visit if you are looking for a lazy day out. It's also a nice place to have a picnic.
You can walk around an look...More
I find that our SA museums have not kept to quite the standard of the rest of the world, due no doubt to a lack of funding etc. However, I found the museum both interesting and informative. As an English speaking South African, there is...More
Popped into the museum on our way down to Port Alfred. Anton van Wouw’s statues are entirely awesome and well worth seeing. Museum itself hasn’t left the 70’s but still an interesting and education experience.
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Hello Mel7mm, yes the Museum is wheelchair friendly. We have elevators to all the floors as well as a wheelchair specific lift at the hall that cannot be accessed through the normal elevators. All 7 halls are reachable by... More
Hello Mel7mm, yes the Museum is wheelchair friendly. We have elevators to all the floors as well as a wheelchair specific lift at the hall that cannot be accessed through the normal elevators. All 7 halls are reachable by wheelchair. Feel free to ask if you have anymore questions. Kind Regards.