Franschhoek Motor Museum

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L’Ormarins Wine Estate, off R45
Western Cape 
South Africa
021 874 9000

Franschhoek Motor Museum

Petrolheads will drool with envy at this peek into the private car collection of industrial magnate Johann Rupert. Eighty of Rupert’s 200-car collection are on display at any one time, covering a century of motoring history and including legendary wheels like the first Model-T Ford to drive in South Africa, and a ridiculously expensive Ferrari Enzo.

Open 10am-5pm Tue-Fri (May-June Mon-Fri); 10am-3pm Sat, Sun.

Rates R60 adults; R30 children; R50 motor club members & seniors.

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