Prince Albert

Prince Albert is a quaint town in South Africa nestled in the foothills of the majestic Swartberg mountains. Take a stroll around the town and see the mix of Victorian and Edwardian architecture. The well-preserved buildings feature Cape Dutch and Prince Albert gables. Visit the Prince Albert Dutch Reform Church, a national monument and a central feature of the town. Delve into the origins of the town at the Fransie Pienaar Museum situated in the center of the town. The museum also has displays of glass, porcelain, musical instruments, and Victorian clothing among others. Tour the historic Albert Mill that milled flour for more than a century. A national monument built in 1865, the mill now pumps water to the lei water furrows. Soak in the vibe of the town at the Saturday morning market famous for its fresh produce of vegetables, fruits, cheese, and homemade treats.

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