Franschhoek Motor Museum At L’Ormarins!

A wonderful place to visit on a rainy Saturday – or any other day of the year – is the Franschhoek Motor Museum on the L’Ormarins Estate outside Franschhoek. This private collection of motor vehicles takes us through the development of modern transport, from the practical to the gimmicky, glitzy, glamourous and super speedy. Sure to wow all – and best is that with nearly 1000 cars in the Rupert Collection, the ± 300 onb display are changed every few months. If you can’t get there in person visit their incredible website and view the car with specs online.

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