Take a sneak peek into the past at the Stellenbosch Museum, a compilation of four different colonial period homes each with their own unique collections reflecting the changes in Stellenbosch over time, learn the history of this region and its influence on the country. After your historical tour enjoy a wine tasting at one of the near-by world leading wine estates. Visit a socially conscience small business that employs woman from the local community, training and developing them to produce high quality crafted leather goods. Thereafter enjoy an opportunity for lunch at one the historical working farms in the Drakenstein region and learn about this farms unique history and legacy. Make your way to the Franschhoek Motor Museum for an amazing collection of various historic and modern vehicles exquisitely maintained and curated, before enjoying a walk through the town of Franschhoek amoungst various vendors and historical places of interest, influenced by the French.
9.30 - 10.30 am
• Visit the Stellenbosch Museum, a collection of period buildings that are a time capsule reflecting this regions unique history
10.45 - 12.00 am
• Wine Tasting at one of the leading wine farms, and tour of a community conscience leather craft-work business in Stellenbosch
12.30 - 13.30 pm
• Enjoy an opportunity for lunch at one of the oldest wine farms in this region, shaped by the efforts of the French Huguenots and Cecil John Rhodes. This farm is now a unique working farm that provides work for the community, and has contributed towards local conservation efforts of the environment and culture, situated in the Drakenstein valley cascaded between two of the highest peaks in the region.
14.00 - 15.00 pm
• Tour through the Franschhoek Motor Museum, a unique collection of period and modern vehicles that have shaped the global motor industry. This Museum is superbly maintained and updated on a continuous basis.
15.30 - 16.30 pm
• Walk through the picturesque streets of Franschoek, learn about this regions unique history and its French influence, still seen today.
Duration:7 to 9 hours
Commences in:Western Cape, South Africa
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