Visit the Choet Visser Rugby Museum in Bloemfontein, Free State

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Visit the Choet Visser Rugby Museum (Bloemfontein)

Categories: Museums
Price group: R1 to R100 per person (see other things to do in this price group)
Available in the following region(s): Motheo Region
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Address: 3 Innes Avenue, Bloemfontein, Free State.
Telephone: +27 (0)82 492-1600
Opening hours: Mondays to Saturdays, by appointment only.

Visit the Choet Visser Rugby Museum
Visit the Choet Visser Rugby Museum

The privately owned Choet Visser Rugby Museum was first opened in 1974 and by 1976, 5000 people had been through the doors.

The museum is the biggest private museum of its kind in the world, and houses more than 200 jerseys and rugby related blazers as well as 450 ties. Original, signed cartoons and pictures of teams and players are displayed on the walls. For rugby fans a visit to this museum is a very rewarding experience.

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