About Lydenburg Museum
The Lydenburg Museum focuses on the cultural, archaeological and ethnographic history of the Pedi area. The museum’s current location is in the Gustav Klingbiel Nature Reserve, home to a variety of indigenous antelope, small mammals and birds of the typical grasslands habitat.
The museum features excellent exhibits of early human occupation of the area, the most notable being the Lydenburg Heads. Other displays feature early gold mining and military history along with many cultural exhibits.
Directions to Lydenburg MuseumThe Gustav Klingbiel Nature Reserve is situated north-east of Lydenburg next to the R37 (Long Tom Pass).
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