North of the Zuurberg Mountains, Jansenville owes its origins to the Dutch Reformed Church which formed a parish there in 1854 named after the last Dutch Governor of the Cape. The Jansenville Museum is located in the restored Sid Fourie House. Fourie was an eccentric author and philanthropist, and the museum is home to his collection, which includes fossils, a transport wagon (kakebeenwa). He was also mayor of Jansenville 14 times.
For more info visit: www.jansenville.co.za
Travel time from Noorsveld Safaris: 20 km = 15 minutes drive.