Worcester Museum | Western Cape Government

Worcester Museum

Description:

Worcester in the Breede River Valley has a rich history covering a time when the region was inhabited by indigenous hunter gathers and pastoralists followed by trekker farmers and later the introduction of commerce and industrial change.

 

Demonstrations:
Monday to Friday: Rolling tobacco, bread baking, soap making, candle making, coffee making, metal work and donkey cart rides.
Saturdays: Bread baking
Sundays: No demonstrations.

Guided Tours:
Available on request

Admission:
Adults R15.00
Children R5.00
Booked school groups are free.

Location: Breede Valley
Office Hours:

Museum hours are subject to change without prior notification:
Open: Monday to Friday: 08:00-16:30

Saturday 08:00-13:00

Public Holidays:
The museum is closed on:
Christmas Day
Good Friday
New Years Day

Website: http://www.worcestermuseum.org.za/
Owned / Funded by / Endorsed by: (Western Cape Government)
Facility Category: Museums
Contact Information:
Street Address:

23 Traub Street, Worcester, 6849

Postal Address:

PO Box 557, Worcester, 6849

General Enquiries:
Telephone: 023 342 2225 from 08:00
Fax: 023 347 4134
E-mail: Emile.Badenhorst@westerncape.gov.za
Contact Notes:

Contact person: Emile Badenhorst, Museum Manager

The content on this page was last updated on 30 October 2019