One could spend hours in this museum, but to enjoy it to its full it helps if you can speak French as a lot of the display boards are in French. They are incredibly interesting and I think they have done very well to mix the furniture settings and displays to their best advantage
Although the setting of the museum and memorial is idyllic, and the museum itself contains a wealth of information and artifacts, one cannot help but feel disappointed about how it is presented and managed. It is certainly not on par with modern national and international museums any more. Most of the labels are old and tatty and much of the...
Just before we left Franschhoek we paid a quick visit, for a nominal fee, to the Huguenot monument. Lovely garden area and a significant monument. Didn't go into the nearby museum but it all commemorate the French Huguenot refugees who were granted land here.