About View the Campbell Collections

The Campbell Collections are an internationally acclaimed collection of rare archival material concerning regional collection and history. The collection comprises the Killie Campbell Africana Library, Mashu Museum of Ethnology, William Cambell Furiture and Art Collection and the Jo Thorpe Collection of African art.

The collections are housed in Muckleneuk, a neo-Cape Dutch style house that was formerly the home of Natal sugar farmer and politician Sir Marshall Campbell. The collections were established by Sir Campbell’s son and daughter (William and Killie Campbell). On the death of his daughter in 1965, the collection was left to the University of Natal.

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Where220 Gladys Mazibuko Road (formerly Marriott Road), Durban.

WhenMonday to Friday from 08h30am to 16h30
Saturdays from 09h00 to 12h00.

How muchPrices on request.

Telephone+27 (0)31 207-3432

OvernightThe closest town is Greyville, in KwaZulu Natal

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