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Fine and interesting examples of paintings and decorative arts of special relevance to the Cape are to be found in the William Fehr Collection. William Fehr acquired objects and art works at a time when there were still few private collectors and...more
We took our boys on 24th September on Heritage day & they really enjoyed it.
We took part of the tour & the guide was both entertaining & knew his facts on history of Castle.
Loved the pottery section which was a surprise addition.
An absolute MUST if you in Cape Town!!
We were fortunate in catching a tour through the museum with a very amusing and knowledgeable tour guide.
He truly brought the history of the fort and Castle to life!
When visiting the Castle of Good Hope, the William Fehr Collection of artworks and pieces from the colonial era will be open to the public to see. Set in a wing of the castle open for tours, the art collection exhibits works from known and...More
When you enter the Secunde’s house and begin to explore the William Fehr Collection you find a lot of Dutch furniture from 17th century and Cape Town made items from 18th century, but also English things from 19th century. One of the oddest furniture is...More
This is a beautful, Dutch built, 17th century fortress located in downtown Cape Town. Included in the price of admission is entry into three museums within the fortress and a very interesting guided tour. I don't remember the guide's name (he was a little black...More
I only had a few hours right at the end of a stay in Cape Town and wanted to visit the Castle, not to see the whole building (a long guided tour) but to visit the building in the middle of the huge space inside...More