Ditsong Museums of South Africa is a gathering of eight national galleries with huge social accumulations. The Ditsong National Museum of Natural History, in the past known as the Transvaal Museum, has a remarkable accumulation of vertebrates, creatures of land and water, fossils, topographical examples, and archeological material.
In the Austin Roberts Bird Hall, guests can see more than 800 types of winged creatures indigenous to South Africa. Another Ditsong Museum is the National Museum of Cultural History with Bushman shake etchings, an ethnological segment, Cape Dutch furniture, silver, and archeological material.
The Kruger Museum, an unassuming Victorian house in Church Street, is the most established and best known house in the city. From 1883 to 1900, it was the home of Paul Kruger, President of the previous Transvaal Boer Republic, and is presently a historical center with keepsakes and shows identifying with his life and the governmental issues of the time. Sammy Marks House is another noteworthy house worth going to.
This stupendous Victorian chateau was home to the fruitful industrialist and his family from 1885 to 1909 and still contains a large portion of the first furniture and adornments. After a visit here, guests can appreciate tea and scones in the garden.