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Pinetown Museum- Route 6

A range of topics is featured in the museum, which focuses on local history. Displays reflect the cultural diversity of Pinetown, showcasing Zulu material culture alongside aspects of earlier settler history. Anthropology is also covered in the museum and a replica of the famous “Mrs Ples” is displayed alongside stone-age tools and artifacts.

This museum became a multi-cultural museum featuring a range of topics. Outlining several aspects of the surrounding region, the museum provides an overview of the development of the Pinetown region from prehistory to modern times. Local history features include well-known settlers and characters from the region dating from the mid 19th century, the development of the Paradise Valley waterworks, Edwardian furniture and other paraphernalia.

Entry is FREE

Opening Hours

Monday

10h00 to 17h00

Tuesday

10h00 to 17h00

Wednesday

10h00 to 17h00

Thursday

10h00 to 17h00

Friday

10h00 to 17h00

Saturday

08h30 to 12h30

Sunday

Closed

Closed on Public Holidays

Address

Our Address:

Cnr Josiah Gumede & Crompton Road

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