It might be interesting to some people, but we found it quite boring. Will not take my guests there...
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This is a special place, which should not be missed. It's built on a hill overlooking Pretoria, and is a celebration of the lives given by South Africans in a series of wars in order to win freedom. The walls of remembrance with the names...More
The area provides a beautiful view of Pretoria with a lovely garden . The area is quite large and also offers a view of the Voortrekker Monument.
Freedom Park makes South African history come alive in the form of walls of remembrance and the creation of an atmosphere of reverence of those who fought and died for many different causes and under many different circumstances. The atmosphere which is primarily created by...More
The place has a lot to learn about South African history and the security personel are well informed about the their work enviroment and very friendly too the place its extremely clean,the one thing they should improve is to have a cashier at the gate...More
I am uncertain why this museum and park don't attract better interest. The staff were super friendly, perhaps excited at receiving visitors on a Tuesday morning? The museum is very well laid out, with some amazing art work. Travel through time with the civilizations in...More
Freedom Park is situated on Salvokop in Pretoria. It includes a memorial with a list of the names of those killed in the South African Wars, World War I, World War II as well as during the apartheid era. Nice architecture and landscaping. But be...More
We went there to exercise and we got more than we wanted. It's a long walk from the car park to the top of the hill. So it was perfect for exercise. The view at the top of the hill made the effort to get...More
Apart from the display of South African struggle history the actual grounds and complex that it is located in are superb. There is beautiful architectural design and spaces around the entire perimeter of the area that will allow for wonderful strolls, places to sit and...More
I loved the architecture and the landscaping. Great views over the city. The entrance is through a dodgy part of town, but it is now linked with the Voortrekker Monument and I would advise that you enter that way. Also visit the fort in between...More