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It is from a certain race perspective and therefore one must be very sensitive who visits the museum. For overseas visitors and certain South Africans, the site has emotional value and for others, it is a sign of oppression. From a neutral point of view,...More
Twice I have visited Kruger House Museum with my guests and the air-conditioner in the Exile Hall exhibition has not been working. The room temperature was high which made it difficult for one to spend time and go over materials on display.
Although the house itself is relatively small, compared to nowadays standards and the condition in which many black people are still living, it was a luxurious mansion. On the premises, you will find in the two other exposition halls historical details and in the back...More
The entry fee was quite reasonable and there is lots to observe- fully furnished rooms in the house and the train in the back of the house and a press room. I will say the place needs a bit of maintenance but all and all...More
This home is well preserved and the museum has a lot of information about President Kruger. Of absolutely no interest to anybody that do not know or care about the life and times of the Afrikaner nation in the 18th and 19th century. You wont...More
This is a really interesting place to visit and learn about the history of Paul Kruger and early whiter rule in South Africa. The home is done up very well and the tour is interesting. Many historical artifacts including his personal train car.