out and about on a historical walk

The Historical Ramble

The first farmers, Dina and Zacharius de Beer settled here in 1762 and established a loan farm called Kweekvallei. This ramble along the streets of Prince Albert introduces you to the de Beers and other families who have made Prince Albert what it is today.

We walk past well-preserved buildings spanning almost two hundred years of history and architectural styles and hear about the builders and owners.

The Anglo-Boer War touched Prince Albert - see the site of the British garrison camp and hear some of their tales.

The gardens and orchards along the route are watered from the furrows which run through the village - enjoy the fragrances and learn more about the source of the water.

The Historical Ramble takes at least 1½ hours. During our private school holidays we can walk in the mornings, otherwise this is an afternoon walk.

Join me for a new perspective on our special village.

We wander along pavements and roads, so sensible shoes are best.

All walks are taken at your own risk. 


Contact Ailsa at 023 5411 211

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