Rupert Museum

Stellentia Avenue
Off Dorp Street
Stellenbosch
South Africa

(021) 888-3344

Stellentia Avenue, Off Dorp Street, Stellenbosch, South Africa
Category: Museums

Reviews

  • JR

    joshua r
    29 JUN 2018

    As a local Hermanus resident and art dealer, to view this collection has always been on my bucket list. So i finally did a special 2 day trip to Stellenbosch with the main attraction being this...

  • CC

    cailey698
    24 JUN 2018

    My wife and I went on a rainy weekday morning and were the only people there. I hope that it is more frequented over the weekend as it is a little gem. There are only 3 rooms, but each was filled...

  • JJ

    jbotha2017
    13 JUN 2018

    Great Collection - Well Laid out . Beautiful cars . Nice stroll through all the sheds and great lunch and wine afterwards

  • BB

    BarryGeyer
    31 MAY 2018

    Well worth the visit for a very small fee. All is great but loved the large Pierneef paintings. It was relaxed and cool during a hot summers day.

  • RR

    Rodbender7429
    6 MAY 2018

    I came back to study the highly designed Pierneff paintings again. The construct of all of his paintings is very impressive as well as the mostly cool pallet. I am drawn to the Irma Stern paintings...

  • MM

    Mike_G6308
    9 MAR 2018

    Very interesting art museum. My favorite is the pantings from Johannesburg station. This museum could perhaps have more information on the Rupert family.

  • LR

    Lisa R
    9 JAN 2018

    A wold class collection of art and sculpture by South African artists in a peaceful setting that is good for the soul.

  • RP

    Roddy P
    2 JAN 2018

    R10 for pensioners and scholars and R20 for adults, makes this incredible collection of southern African art a real bargain. Open except on Sundays and public holidays, the museum shows the famous...

  • TT

    Teddyweb
    2 JAN 2018

    An amazing building and Art collection, close to the centre of Stellenbosch with great south african art. The staff were super friendly letting us in to browse close to closing time. The Kolowitz...

  • SS

    SimonWB
    15 AUG 2017

    The art here is world class, with priceless pieces. There is a stillness and tranquillity that is so good for the sole when you visit. The staff are also very helpful and knowledgeable.

Classification

Stellenbosch, Cape Winelands, Western Cape, South Africa

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