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There’s a great selection of Boer War sites and you can plan some fascinating things to see on your trips. Once you’ve explored the list of Boer War sites and selected those you wish to visit you can use our itinerary planner tool to plan your trip and then print off a free pocket guidebook. This indispensible holiday guide will help you make the most of your time exploring Boer War sites and Boer War battlefields.
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One of the most interesting Boer War sites, the Anglo-Boer War Museum in Bloemfontein explores the history of the Second Anglo-Boer War.
Mortared stonework type blockhouse, 12km North of Laingsburg, and right next to the N1 national highway (motorway) between Cape Town and Johannesburg.
The Ladysmith Siege Museum explores the town’s history during the Second Anglo-Boer War and is among many Boer War sites which explains the history of the conflict.
Laing’s Nek Battlefield was the site of a major battle in the First Anglo-Boer War. One of many Boer War battlefields which can still be visited today.
One of the most crucial Boer War battlefields, Majuba Hill in South Africa was the site of the final battle of the First Anglo-Boer War.
The National Women’s Memorial in Bloemfontein is a Second Anglo-Boer War monument and one of the most interesting Boer War sites.
Spioenkop battlefield in South Africa was the site of a Boer victory in the Second Anglo-Boer War. It is one of the better-preserved Boer War battlefields.