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“National Museum satellite exhibiting paintings & sculpture in a 1941 mansion with extensive gardens.”
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“Whether you are going with a group of friends or family, at The Office you can enjoy a light buzz as well as get something to eat. ”
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“Well, you are in Clarens after all ..... ;-) The Clarens Blonde is my favourite (both my wife and the beer).”
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“WHAG, as it is affectionately known by Kimberlites, is considered one of the finest art museums in South Africa. In 1948 William Humphreys (1889 - 1965) donated to the city a substantial portion of his personal collection of 16th and 17th Century Dutch and Flemish Old Masters, British and French paintings, antique furniture and other objects d'art. The gallery, named after its principal benefactor, opened in 1952. This gift combined with the South African works of art brought together by members of the Art Section of the Kimberley Athenaeum and The Max Greenberg Bequest formed the nucleus of the collection. The Humphreys Loan Collection and Timlin Collection on indefinite loan from De Beers Consolidated Mines Limited, augment it. More recently the Meyer Collection of European and Oriental Porcelain and the Lawson Collection of Old Master Drawings and Prints have been acquired. Guided tours are arranged on request. At present the Art Gallery concentrates on collecting South African works of art. Apart from its primary function as a museum of art, this Gallery serves the community as an educational and cultural centre. Its activities include temporary exhibitions, art workshops mainly for children, development stimulation classes for pre-school children, craft workshops for unemployed women, lectures, video shows and concerts. They also have a successful outreach programme in which we take graphic exhibitions to the small towns of the Northern Cape province where learners are exposed to world of art. ”
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“Also know as The Staffy, is a lively bar that holds karaoke on some nights. You will get a warm welcome and enjoy the company of friends or strangers. ”
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“Parys own craft beer brewery. Travel out of town over the bridge and turn left down Koppjes Kraal Road. They on the right. Different beer and a great menu. Kids play area too!”
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“English style bar with imported beers, whisky and gin. A must for anyone visiting Parys. ”
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History Museum
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“This artistic couple create rather differing and inspired art. Worth a visit.”
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Casino
“900 meters from the Hideout, Casino, Aquadome, Tenpin Bowling, Wall Climbing, Zoo & nature reserve. ”
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Кафе
“Chris roasts his own coffee, and serves fantastic croissants. We keep one of his filter coffee at the Loft Room. It gets very busy on the weekends, so early mornings are best!”
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“Drink Specials, Great vibe and yummy pizza for munchies. Regular live music shows....The Nacho's Pizza is a must!!!!”
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“You can take a tour of the Magersfontein battlefield on your own or with an experienced guide and military historian to relive that grim day. You'll visit Boer graves in the veld before stopping at the Burgher Monument. Watch a short audio-visual account of the battle, and then it’s off to the hills to view the Highlander Monument and look across the trenches and battlefield. The Battle of Magersfontein, just outside Kimberley took place during the Anglo-Boer War on 11 December 1899. The Boers scored a decisive victory in what became known as Britain’s 'Black Week'. The Battle of Magersfontein was a triumph for the Boer forces, a disaster for the British army, and came close to wiping out Scotland's proud Highland Brigade. During the second South African War, the Boers had besieged Kimberley and its 50 000 inhabitants since November 1899. Supplies were scarce in the diamond-mining town and relief was imperative. The British public and press were demanding action. British forces advanced north along the railway line in an attempt to relieve Kimberley, but a Boer force was in their way at Magersfontein. The British mistakenly believed that the enemy was encamped on the slopes of the surrounding hills and were confident that their superior artillery would win the day. The troops advanced under cover of darkness and prepared to storm the Boer positions at daybreak. The plan proved horribly wrong. The Boers had dug trenches at the base of the hills and the flat trajectory of their Mauser rifles raked the advancing British troops. The soldiers of Scotland's Highland Brigade who survived the rifle fire were pinned down on the battlefield in the heat of the day. Over 200 British were killed during the battle, many of them dying of sunstroke and exposure. It is claimed that if you listen carefully, you may well hear the mournful notes of a the Scottish piper. The Magersfontein battlefield is a must for any visitor to Kimberley. It is situated south of Kimberley and can be reached either via the airport road (31.5km) or via the N12 to Modder River (47,5km).”
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