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Situated next to the Smuts House Museum, this is one of the best flea markets around. There are paintings by local art students, beautiful hand-made CD stands, magazine holders, and spice racks. The African bracelets, anklets and hand painted cloths are especially outstanding. Make sure you bring plenty of cash as you are sure to want to splurge here.

The Irene Village Market is situated in the picturesque and sprawling grounds of the Smuts House Museum. This museum offers informative glimpses into the life and times of General Jan Smuts, South Africa’s World War Two leader. This is an expansive market, with three hundred stalls selling art, crafts, antiques, furniture, plants, flowers and fresh produce.

There is a tea garden, with various home-made foods on offer. It is licensed for wine and malts, too. There is a crèche for smaller children, while those over seven can paint pottery, make candles and play on the jungle gym. There is plenty of safe parking.

Phone:  012 667 1659 / 012 667 1176
Open Hours: 9am - 2pm every second and last Sat and every Sat in Nov and Dec

Smuts Museum

Visit the Smuts museum to experience the times of General Jan Smuts in his own home. This museum is a rich collection of artifacts, books and furniture from the man himself.

Browse through the lounges, studies, kitchen and bedrooms where Smuts lived his life.

Smuts' Trail

A 2-3km trail at ex-prime minister Jan Smuts' house in Irene takes you to the top of Smuts' contemplative koppie behind his house.

Hours: Mondays to Fridays
09h30 - 13h00 and 13h30 - 16h30
Saturdays, Sundays and Public Holidays
09h30 - 13h00 and 13h30 - 17h00
Phone: 012 667 1941

For the website of Irene Village Market click here 


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