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The Campbell Collections

Corner of Marriott and Essenwood roads, Durban 4001, South Africa
+27 31 207 3432
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This place is well worth a visit. It is both fascinating and informative. It gives a great... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Peter F
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Durban South Africa
Worth a visit

The campbell collection is worth a visit if you are interested in early Natal Colonial history... read more

Reviewed 6 September 2017
Russ P
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Greater London, United Kingdom
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The furniture, household items, clothing and art in this eclectic collection are housed in the 1914 home of sugar baron Sir Marshall Campbell.
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3 weeks ago
“Very Informative”
6 Sep 2017
“Worth a visit”
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Corner of Marriott and Essenwood roads, Durban 4001, South Africa
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This place is well worth a visit. It is both fascinating and informative. It gives a great historical insight to the area . A must visit!

Thank Peter F
Reviewed 6 September 2017

The campbell collection is worth a visit if you are interested in early Natal Colonial history, best to see it before the government closes it down....

Thank Russ P
Reviewed 2 February 2017

Although quite difficult to visit, trying to see the Campbell Collection is worth the hassle. When I visited KZN in 2015 I tried to get an appointment to see the collection but power cuts and strict visiting hours plus very obnoxious and unhelpful security guards...More

2  Thank Luc V
Reviewed 8 December 2016

amazing premises , lovely collection and once you get access to the library, then it is amazing . a treasury trove ,not to be missed

Thank nicolas s
Reviewed 31 December 2015

Set in a beautiful old Cape Dutch manor house, this collection is an enchanting display of culture, probably lost or nearly so. The house itself is a marvel with its' beautiful period furniture, library and photographs from the early 20th century. But the structure houses...More

1  Thank unguidedmissal
Reviewed 2 April 2014

I am so happy we found this place - I have been looking for a museum where I could see and study the native costume and adornment ( especially beading) of the African continent, but usually (as a tourist, anyway) one comes across curio markets....More

5  Thank Dagmar H
Reviewed 21 July 2013

We didn't, but luckily the guide agreed to show us around anyway. There is a bit of everything -- example of a late 19th-early 20th c Cape Dutch house and furnishings, many African -- particularly Zulu -- artifacts and a wonderful collection of paintings by...More

2  Thank Melissa A
Reviewed 6 April 2012

Very interesting place, outstanding guide , lovely library

1  Thank nicolas s
Reviewed 27 March 2012

Here you can find any book, you might like to view. From Afrikaner to historical. fascinating.

1  Thank Kay H
Reviewed 24 March 2012

Belongs to university of KZN. Doesn't seem to get many visitors. You get shown round by guide, who knows his stuff. Some interesting old furniture and artefacts.

1  Thank petercot
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