About Strandveld Museum

The Strandveld Museum is situated in Frikkiesbaai, Franskraal 5km south of Gansbaai.

The quaint building dates back to the 1860s where it was originally used as a retreat by managers of Dyer Island and their families. It is now owned by Jan and Estie Fourie and houses a variety of local artefacts including the largest privately owned collection of relics from the HMS Birkenhead which sunk at Danger Point near Gansbaai in 1845.

The displays also include historic photos of Gansbaai and surrounding areas, fishing and farming equipment and interesting Strandveld memorabilla.

Need to Know

WhereFrikkiesbaai, Franskraal, Cape Overberg, Western Cape

WhenMonday to Saturday from 10h00 to 12h00 and from 15h00 to 16h30.

How muchPrices on request.

Telephone+27 (0)28 388-0218

OvernightThe closest town is Franskraal, in Western Cape

Disclaimer

Please note, business details can change. While we endeavour to ensure all information provided by the service provider is correct at the time of publication, we do not assume any liability caused by errors or changes, such as price, cost, time, and location. Please check with the provider that the activity/business is still offered as described, before making any travel plans.

Feedback?

Please let us know if anything on this page is outdated or contains inaccuracies. Click here to send us feedback if this is your service/activity.

Find Strandveld Museum in these collections

In the vicinity

Hotels & other accommodation options

Other things to do in the area

Noteworthy attractions

Accommodation convenient to Strandveld Museum

FIND / South Africa Accommodation / Western Cape Accommodation / Cape Town Accommodation / Cape Overberg Accommodation / Franskraal Accommodation

Franskraal as a destination

Want to stay overnight?

Number of Guests

Property Type

  • Secure your booking
Our Payment Protection Guarantee only applies if your deposit payment is made via SA-Venues.com
Things To Do
  • Franskraal

SA-Venues.com has been assisting travellers with their South Africa travel plans since 1999, and is the largest, independent online travel guide for South Africa available in both English and German.