I'd suggest this is an important place to visit if you want to better understand SA's history. The carved friezes tell the story of the Voortrekkers and various interpretation boards add context and explanation. There is a museum of artefacts in the basement. As you'd expect for a monument of national importance, it's well-managed, with all the ancillary facilities you'd expect like car parking, toilets, cafe and gift shop.
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