Worcester Museum also known as Kleinplasie
Owing to its situation in the Breede River Valley the Worcester Museum is a cultural history museum with a strong focus on agriculture.
The collections emphasise the Cape colonial history with agricultural implements, wagons, furniture, glass, ceramics, textiles and metal.
Although the museum is well-known as a educational museum offering annual programmes, any visitor is welcome.
The focus of the programmes is on traditional farm and household traditions such as the tramping grapes for wine making, shearing sheep, milking cows and candle making.
Other activities that can been seen include tobacco processing, coffee roasting, bread and milk tart baking, forging metal and donkey car rides.
All this AND entrance is free. What a bargain?
t: +27 23 342 2225
09:00 - 16:30: Monday to Saturday
Closed: Sundays, Good Friday and Christmas Day
23 Traub Street,
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