Tells their story in great detail, Esp the hardships of their long arduous movement across South Africa .
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The long flight of stairs up is really really not for everyone! There must be another way! The toilets are midway up so it's difficult to get to from the bottom or when you get into the monument :( ... worst with bad weather. When...More
The history inside really give you a feel for South African culture and life. I would definitely recommend. Affordable and worth it !
This is an interesting historical site, built on one of the many hills surrounding Pretoria. It is set in a nature reserve so there are antelope wandering about and lovely indigenous plants. The monument is impressive, with wonderful marble murals. The 360-degree view of the...More
We had an excellent time here. love the historical buildings with all the history behind it. Lovely place to go to and will be back for a full visit soon.
A lot of stairs to get to the Museum, but every step an experience. Make sure you bring your camera, walking shoes and a hat if you also want to see the beautiful gardens. The hand embroidered scenes of the Voortrekkers and their everyday difficulties...More
You could spend a good couple of hours at the Voortrekker Monument that offers great views of Pretoria. There is a good museum on the bottom and lower floors that has good displays and exhibits of the history. A lift takes you to the top...More
Wonderful buffet lunch on Sundays. Many stairs and a beautiful view! And a very interesting history, told with beautiful artwork.
Amazing how well kept and informative the monument has grown into compared to 20 years ago. Very neat and multi tiered displays found in the monument are well presented and very neat. The restaurant provides good cuisine and caters for many tastes. The facilities for...More
Essential part of South Africa's history and you can see the whole of Pretoria from up there, especially beautiful when the Jakaranda trees are flowering.