Kruger House Museum
The former residence of Boer leader and President of the Republic of South Africa, Paul Kruger, is now the Kruger House Museum. Built in 1884, the house was the last one in which President Kruger would live, between 1883 and 1901, before leaving South Africa to go into exile in Europe. The house contains original furnishings and items from that historical period as well as many gifts that were presented to Kruger, such as the lion statues on the veranda, as well as other memorabilia.
Address: 60 Church Street
Telephone: (012) 326 9172
Opening times: Open Monday to Friday from 8:30am – 5:30pm; Saturday, Sunday and public holidays from 8:30am – 5pm
Admission: R25 (adult); R10 (children)