Visit the Museum and discover the age-old mysteries of Africa:
Stone Age artefacts;
Traditional ethnic tools, musical instruments and jewellery of the Sotho and Tswana amongst others;
An unique collection of Egyptian artefacts dating back to the time of King Akhenaten (Â± 1375 BC);
Where Africa meets Europe a unique drama unfolds in the Wellington Valley:
Free Burghers from the Netherlands and Huguenot refugees establish the first farms and formal industries;
Pioneers, such as Andrew Geddes Bain, builds the first road to the interior across the Limiet Mountains and Andrew Murray revolutionizes education for girls by the establishment of the Huguenot Seminary.