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Well positioned to give you a good understanding of Simonstown with history going back to the Dutch establishment also has a well priced refreshment area with the best fresh scones. Easy walking distance to Naval Museum.
A small historical museum managed by very group of very dedicated volunteers. The museum is located next to St Francis Church noted as the oldest church in South Africa. Standing at the entrance to the museum you will experience spectacular views of the surrounding landscape...More
Fascinating insight into the many facets of Simon's Town history. It started with a collection of MOTH memorabilia and built out from there. The MOTH club is situated next to the museum and is itself worth a visit for those interested in military and naval...More
The artefacts and displays seen in this museum reflect the rich history of Simon's Town with its naval base involvement. I found the section on the serving forces during the second world war very interesting - I had no idea that there was a concentration...More
Fascinating museum all about the early days of Simon's Town and those who built it. A scandal that the non while population were moved away at the end of the 60s to a township with no services or school initially forcing low paid workers to...More
Holds a lot of history in regards to the cape and it Development ,not for all but those of an age will find it interesting
It s a little tired in some areas bit is easily forgiven worth a trip then of to boulders for...More