About Promethian Lodge
Promethian Lodge offers comfortable overnight accommodation situated in Kimberley. Kimberley is a perfect detour on the N12 that functions as an alternative route between Cape Town and Johannesburg.
There are 25 en-suite rooms available, of which eight rooms have double beds and 17 rooms have a double- and a three-quarter bed in each. All the rooms have tea and coffee facilities. The lodge has a lovely lapa area with braai facilities and seating, as well as a swimming pool for some fun entertainment.
Kimberley not only has a history immersed in diamonds but also features the Big Hole. The Big Hole today continues to draw attention and has been converted into an open-air museum with a rather daring lookout point directly over the hole.
Take a walk through the historical city centre and visit the museums, monuments and art galleries that grace some of the old Victorian homes.
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Things to do in and around Kimberley
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The McGregor Museum houses natural history and cultural history collections including a botanical herbarium, zoology collections, a history archive, ethnography collections, archaeology and rock art collections, physical anthropology, palaeontology...
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Visit the largest hand-dug excavation in the world, the famous Big Hole, and be transported back in time to the very beginning of Kimberley and the discovery of Diamonds. The Big Hole is a massive excavation, 214 meters deep with a surface area of...
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Opened in 1952, the William Humphries Art Gallery features many works, predominately from South African artists. Acting as a education and cultural centre, the gallery offers temporary exhibitions, art workshops, classes, workshops for unemployed...
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The Kimberley City Hall was built in 1899 just before the start of the Anglo-Boer War. It reflects the influence of Neoclassical architecture in South Africa.