The Voortrekker / Msunduzi Museum
351 Langalibalele Street
Since the 1990’s, the Voortrekker / Msunduzi Museum in Pietermaritzburg has changed from a historically single-
The museum was started in 1912 as a tribute to the Voortrekkers, mostly Dutch-
However, the main building of the Museum (formerly the old Longmarket Street Girls School), now features a variety of cultural history exhibitions. This is supplemented by a Hindu Shiva temple, a traditional Zulu home and a beautiful herb garden.
Displays on the Anglo Boer War can be seen at the Voortrekker House, 333 Boom Street.
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