Museums and Monuments in Waterberg Region

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  • Arend Dieperink MuseumWaterberg Region - Mogalakwena
    arend dieperink

    The Arend Dieperink Museum contains a valuable cultural historical collection of Sotho and Voortrekker artefacts and is housed in a graceful stone building originally built as a school.

    The museum portrays the history of the town and surroundings from the time of the ape-men at Makapan’s Cave, right through to the Anglo Boer War and recent times. Mampoer and fresh bread are available on request.

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    97 Thabo Mbeki Drive, Mokopane
    Tel.: 015 491 9735,
    E-mail: yselh@mweb.co.za,
  • The Waterberg MuseumWaterberg Region - Modimolle

    The Waterberg Museum situated at the original Melkrivier School houses fascinating information on the cultural history of the area, dating from the first hominids a million years ago, to the first white pioneers and latter-day personalities such as naturalist and poet Eugene Marais who lived in the Waterberg  

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    Tel.: 14 755 4189,
  • Waterberg Rhino MuseumWaterberg Region - Modimolle
    Waterberg Rhino Museum

    This is the first museum devoted entirely to the conservation of the rhinoceros. It highlights the evolutionary history, habitats and landscapes, the rhino wars, illegal trade and use of rhino horn and conservation efforts to preserve rhinos.

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    Melkrivier
    Tel.: 14 755 4428, Fax: 14 755 3504
    E-mail: glynis@wowlimpopo.co.za,