The Klerksdorp Museum (housed in a former prison) features archaeology, cultural history and rock art
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The Klerksdorp Museum is housed in a number of buildings. The main museum (a former prison), is a beautiful sandstone building completed in 1891 and features archaeology, cultural history, farm implements and animal drawn vehicles. There are period exhibitions in the adjacent Warden's House as well as regularly rotating temporary exhibitions that are housed throughout the Museum.
Located corner of Margarieta Prinsloo & Lombaard Street, the Klerksdorp Museum also offers Mampoer & Witblits for sale. Exhibits also depict early town life, social history and local geological history. Fascinating tours (also of various other heritage sites in the city) available by appointment at the Klerksdorp Museum.
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