||Tel: 031 311 2261
||31 St Andrews St Durban
||Mon to Fri 8:30am-4pm
Closed : Saturdays, Sundays and Public Holidays
||Entrance Fee: Free
A glimpse into the lifestyle of the upper middle class settlers
It is a house typical of any early Durban settler and contains an interesting collection of artifacts from the 19th century which includes various items of clothing and old furniture relevant to the period. The entire scene is an excellent representation of Durban life in the 1800s.
The house with its antique furniture set in park-like gardens offers visitors respite from the hustle and bustle of daily life and provides a glimpse into the lifestyle of the upper middle class settlers.
Time-travellers can reflect on an era when the use of wagons was almost as common as our use of cars today and how a former Prime Minister was smuggled from Dundee to Greytown in a post cart.
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