Visit the Kruger House Museum

Museums in or near Pretoria, Northern Gauteng in Gauteng, South Africa.

Things To Do in PretoriaVisit the Kruger House Museum

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Where? 60 Church Street, Pretoria, Gauteng

When? Monday to Friday from 08h30 to 17h30 and Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays from 08h30 to 17h00.

How? Call +27 (0)12 326-9172

How much? Free

Overnight? Stay at accommodation in Pretoria, in Gauteng

Kruger House Museum in Church Street

The last house in which President Paul Kruger was to live, between 1883 and 1901, before he left South Africa to go into exile in Europe, the Kruger House Museum lies just a few blocks from Church square, where his bronze statue takes centre stage facing the Palace of Justice.

The house has been fully restored and refurbished and all of his personal belongings, his private railway carriage, and the State coach are on view here. Look out for the President's reception room which contains many historically significant pieces such as the table at which he talked with Cecil John Rhodes, Mark Twain, Henry Stanley and many more. For additional information see Kruger House Museum.

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