Fransie Pienaar Museum

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42 Church Street
Prince Albert
Western Cape 
South Africa
023 541 1172

Wander through the history of the town in one of the region’s better country museums. Highlights include an 1867 copy of Prince Albert’s speeches, personally signed by the mourning Queen Victoria, and a copy of Thomas Bain’s original master plan for the Swart berg Pass.

Hours: 9.30am-12.30pm, 2-4.30pm Mon-Fri; 9.30am-noon Sat; 10.30-11.30am Sun.

Rates: R10 adults; R2 children.

No-Credit Cards are accepted.

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