Lovely private art museum. Very comprehensive Pierneef collection of works. Friendly staff. Not expensive.
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The art lover will find this museum fascinating, but if you are only interested in art you may find yourself walking a little bit faster though the museum.
If you are into vintage and classics, this is a must do while in the Cape,as not only are there a great car and bycle collection to see at the Rupert Museum they also do wine tasting on the Rupert wines at the wine tasting center
Situated within walking distance from Dorp Street, a visit to the Rupert Museum is well worth it whether a South African or a foreign visitor. Many famous South African artists and sculptures can be seen here in elegant surroundings and venue.
I was visiting South Africa with a close American friend in 2014. My friend's S African friend who lives in the Cape took us out for the day to this wine area near Stellenbosch and also to the Rupert Museum - I had never seen it or known of it! I happen to have a Fine Arts degree from Witwatersrand... More
Always a great experience to visit the Rupert art museum. A must visit. Over and over again. Loved the Pierneefs and the fabulous collection of South African art. Including a great Kentridge
This is a most interesting collection of sculpture and paintings. It is beautifully displayed. We spent an interesting couple of hours looking around the 3 galleries
I was delighted to visit the Rupert museum today. I parked at the visitor centre in Market Street, and walked for about 10 mins to the Museum ( there is plenty of free parking at the Museum).. Entry fee was 10 rands. I was blown away by the sculptures of Anton Van Wouw and the paintings of Irma Stern. Both... More
Very interesting collection of preserved houses ranging in dates between 18th and early 20th century. The houses are all within a short distance of each other and are fully furnished in the style of that era.
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