Sandveld Museum

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24 Church Street
Lambert’s Bay
Western Cape 
South Africa
082 482 9217/072 151 5299

This tiny village museum offers a number of fascinating displays that depict early life in Lambert’s Bay – from traditional Khoi matjies huts, old kitchen utensils and farm implements, an old horse-mill (still completely intact), Voortrekker paraphernalia, an old church organ, and the town’s original telephone exchange. If you stay long enough, you might even catch up on some of the local gossip.

Open 10.30am-3.30pm Mon-Fri; Sat by appointment.

Admission R7 adults; R5 high school kids; R2 primary school kids.

No credit cards are accepted.

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