Anglo-Boer War Museum
The War Museum in Bloemfontein not only gives the visitor insight into the Boer War through it`s unique art collection, dioramas and exhibits but also brings the visitor closer to understanding the background against which the war took place. The course and development of the war unfolds in front of the visitor as you progress through the museum. You are also afforded a glimpse into the life in the concentration and also prisoner-of-war camps.
A visit to the War Museum is an absolute necessity for anyone who wants to understand the history of South Africa.
To be an institution of excellence whereby the inclusivity and suffering of all communities during the Anglo-Boer War are depicted, thus propagating the message that negotiation is preferable to war.
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» Emily Hobhouse Hall
» General De La Rey Hall
» General De Wet Hall
» General Louis Botha Hall
» President Paul Kruger Hall
» Sol Plaatje Hall
- Air conditioned auditorium for 90 persons.
- Reading Room in Library
- Caffeteria serving delicious light meals and refreshments
- Children's Museum & Educational Center
18 July 2014
Cleaning of the Memorial/President Brand Graveyard
9 August 2014
Spinning and weaving as well as lace exhibition and demonstrations by women from Botshabelo and Bloemfontein. Also Emily Hobhouse Memorial Lecture The establishment of the SA weaving industry.