Kruger House Museum
About Kruger House Museum
The Kruger House was built in 1884 for Paul Kruger, president of the Transvaal region between 1883 and 1900. The house has been restored to capture the atmosphere of what it was like to live in luxury during that era.
The house was one of the first homes in Pretoria to have electricity, and has been graced with the presence of many famous personalities, such as John Cecil Rhodes and Mark Twain.
Visitors can arrange a guided tour or visit the museum's antique shop.
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