Things to do near
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling
Galleries and Museums
Dan Pienaar (2.3 km from Bloemfontein)
Oliewenhuis Art Museum is housed in a Neo-Dutch style mansion which served as residence for the Governor General of the Union of South Africa. In 1985 it was converted into an Art Museum as a satellite of the National Museum Bloemfontein.
The Permanent Collection housed at Oliewenhuis is an outstanding collection of South African art, which...
Sports Stadiums Clubs
Willows (1.3 km from Bloemfontein)
Bloemfontein certainly doesn’t lack when it comes to sports facilities and boasts a fine assortment. The 48 000-seater Free State Stadium is companion to an international standard athletics stadium, the Goodyear Park cricket grounds which is used for international matches, an artificial turf hockey stadium and great tennis facilities.
Sports Stadiums Clubs
Willows (1.7 km from Bloemfontein)
Springbok Park, now known as Chevrolet Park, is a well-equipped stadium within walking distance of Bloemfontein's city centre. The 20 000-seater stadium incorporates two large stands.
Braai and cricket devotees frequent the grassy banks, perfect for big groups who enjoy a good braai session while watching cricket. Boasting excellent floodlights,...
Brandwag (2.3 km from Bloemfontein)
Mimosa Mall is one of the Free State’s most desirable and luxurious shopping centres. Fashionable shops bring leading brands within grasp of Bloem’s trendy set.With 120 leading stores, there are numerous tempting choices coupled with an indulgent ambience. Big name chain stores include Game, Woolworths, Foschini, Truworths, twelve major...
Bayswater (3.2 km from Bloemfontein)
Situated a short drive from Bloemfontein Central.
18 Holes, PAR 72, 6541 m, well maintained fairways and greens, Pro Shop, driving range, etc.
Smithfield (9 km from Bloemfontein)
Helvetia is 27 km from the town of Smithfield. It dates back to 1890 when a farmer donated the church and the school to the Dutch Reformed Church to use it so as to spread the word of God amongst the local people and to school the local kids. Legend has it that it is near the farm where the boer General Christiaan de Wet was born.