The National Museum, Bloemfontein promotes an understanding, appreciation and enjoyment of the natural and cultural environment through, conservation, research and education.
The only in the Free State. Beautiful gardens to view and great picnic spots as well as a lapa.
These magnificent buildings are all historically important and well worth a visit.
"Die Boeremark", The Boeremark (translates to "Farmers Market") is open every Saturday (except public holidays). On occasion, the Boeremark evening markets are held from Friday afternoons till late and continues the Saturday morning.
The old world charm offers visitors a glimpse into the lifestyle of the 1890s.
Gwen Bali Water World. Wet your senses.
Come and enjoy the sunny summer days on our Super Tube, the Kamekaze slide and the 2 Lane Racers. There is also a Lazy River that ends in one of the swimming pools.
The Kunstefees. Bringing people together to support the Free State's artistic community. The Kunstefees. Bringing people together to support the Free State's artistic community. Held annually for 5 days..
A weekend getaway favourite for fishing in the Modder river, Maselspoort resort offers a variety of leisure facilities; A swimming pool, tennis & volley ball courts, kiddies pool, grass recreation, two super tubes, mini golf put-put course and trampoline. There is also the "Masie's Cafe" where you can buy treats, refreshments, super tube mats and "braai" ..
Rising from the heart of the City, flat topped Naval Hill offers magnificent panoramic views of Bloemfontein. On the plains the Franklin Nature Reserve giraffe, springbuck, ostriches and buffalo roam freely. The Lamont Hussey Observatory inside the game reserve, turned theatre and now an ultra modern Planetarium..
A neo-Cape Dutch manor house where State presidents stayed on their visits to the city. A great place to have a picnic on the sprawling lawns also a tea garden and restaurant
Step into a tropical oasis of lush greenery, a circular wooden walkway taking one around this tiny jungle full of charm. With its astonishing colour and beauty, each type of orchid makes this visit well worth while
On the brow of the hill the Old Fort was erected during 1848
These parks are a blaze of colour almost all year round. Kings Park was opened by the Prince of Wales in 1925. The popular Art Market is held here every 1st Saturday of the month. The Zoo can be enjoyed by young and old, a great place to enjoy a picnic.
A fine display of tanks and weaponry as well as one of the original military hospitals
The huge white horse is seen against the slopes of Naval Hill. The horse was laid out during the Anglo Boer War by men of the Wiltshire Remount Depot as a landmark for horsemen coming in from the plains
The only twin-spired Dutch Reformed Church in South Africa. The building was completed in 1880
The Westdene Park Market offers a unique mix of good music, good food and good buys. Children can enjoy the swings and the slides making the market a lovely family outing. Thwe market takes place every first Saturday of the month
The Windmill Casino is the all encompassing family playground in Bloemfontein with Diamond Lils, 7 Restaurants, Super Bowling, Sweets from Heaven and Marche Rouge to delight you.