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Koopmans-de Wet House is a former residence and current museum in Strand Street, Cape Town, South Africa. The house became part of the South African Museum in 1913 and was opened to the public on 10 March 1914. It was declared a National Monument under National Monuments Council legislation on 1 November 1940. It is the oldest house museum in South Africa.
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Fascinating insight into the history of Cape Town in the 18-19th century.A beautifully preserved Cape Town house with many original features, and period style furniture. A must for anyone interested in history, and particularly the history of early Cape Town.
Beautifully presented period house. Do not miss the back courtyard
Well preserved cape dutch colonial home. Excellent.
Loved it wow so interesting worth the visit