An amazing step into the past . This house was restored after w major fire . The restoration has been sympathetically done do its like stepping back into the past . Lovely furniture, the music room is a treat .
Museum just received new roof thanks to Rupert Foundation. The rest of renovations to be undertaken in early 2017. One of our herritage sites that if not well managed, will be lost to the next generation. Friendly and helpful staff.
We were looking forward to visit this historical building. Standing in front of the house we were disappointed to see the vast abatement of the building - windows missing, the thatch roof falling apart, paint peeling of the walls. The inside is well kept and very interesting and worth the time spend there. The grounds also need special attention and... 更多
It is always interesting to see how people lived in the past. There were some very interesting pieces in the museum but there were quite a few items that needed some sort of explanation on how they worked or what they were for. Most of the pieces had a label indicating what the piece was but left us confused as... 更多
Came here to see the grapevine and get some "Withond". The place has been well kept and there is definitely Karoo friendliness. Entrance is however quite expensive!
What an interesting place to visit! A well kept place which once was the parsonage in Graaff Reinet. Beautiful displayed. The furniture in the various rooms are really so lovely and so beautiful. Down stairs there are different collection from the olden days ie. sewing machines, toys and dolls, a doctors and dentist room and here you can spend a... 更多
If you only see one museum in Graaff Reinet, you must go to The Reinet House. It is a magnificent old house, beautifully preserved, with history and memories in every room. We spent at least an hour or more examining all the wonderful, interesting exhibits.
The building has been beautifully restored after a fire. The exhibits are extensive but not overwhelming and provides a good insight into the lifestyle of the time and the influence of the Presbyterian ministers from Scotland on the Afrikaners.