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About Hanover Museum

Housed in an original farmstead, the Hanover Museum exhibits the interesting history of the town. The museum is run on a volunteer basis by the community, and most artefacts have been donated by the townsfolk.

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Accommodation near Hanover Museum

AshTree Guest House

40 Reviews
Sleeps 16 in 5 rooms

Are you in need of a well deserved break. Come and visit our bright and spacious guest house, where you can enjoy a wonderful relaxing...
R600
Avg per night for 2 guests

Boutique Guesthouse Hanover

26 Reviews
Sleeps 17 in 7 rooms

It has once been said that travel is like love, mostly because of its heightened state of...
R1250
Avg per night for 2 guests

Bun Clody Guesthouse

46 Reviews
Sleeps 28 in 7 rooms

Bun Clody’s unrivaled ambiance is that we cater for everybody that is tired and would like a well deserved good nights rest as well as ...
R800
Avg per night for 2 guests

Karoo Hippo Conservancy

16 Reviews
Sleeps 33 in 9 rooms

Enjoy a relaxing and peaceful stay situated halfway between Cape Town and Johannesburg. The Karoo Hippo Conservancy is just 8 km off the N1...
R900
Avg per night

Hanover Lodge Hotel

21 Reviews
Sleeps 55 in 18 rooms

Experience the tranquillity and hospitality of the Karoo in this family run hotel. Hanover Lodge Hotel provides comfortable, quiet,...
R700
Avg per night for 2 guests

Dunromin

1 Review
Sleeps 6 in 3 rooms

Dunromin is located in a small town named Hanover in the Northern Cape Province of South Africa.This self-catering house can accommodate up...
R600
Avg per night for 2 guests
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Other things to do near Hanover

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