Bertram House

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Hiddingh Campus, Orange Street
Cape Town
Western Cape 
South Africa
021 481 3940

Bertram House

Recently reopened after a stint of renovation, this Georgian townhouse located inside Hiddingh Campus is decorated in the style of a gracious 1830s English home, with furniture and art bequeathed by Winifred Ann Lidderdale. The house is named after the wife of architect John Barker, Ann Bertram Findlay, and was completed in 1839.

Bertram house is the only remaining example of the English Georgian-style red brick houses that were once common in Cape Town.

Open 10am-5pm Tue, Wed, Thurs,

Admission is Free, donations appreciated.

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