Troyeville is one of our city’s oldest and most picturesque suburbs, with a rich and fascinating architectural fabric.
Join a tour that explores Troyeville House and the surrounding neighbourhood, including the art deco Beryl Court, the house of activist David Webster, Gandhi’s residence in the suburb, and one of the most important examples of Art Nouveau architecture in Johannesburg.
Troyeville House is an imposing mansion that is today a vibrant space for events and exhibitions, farming and meditation. Troyeville House will be hosting us for tea, and then we will delve into its history and explore its impressive and elegant spaces.
- GUIDES: Brett McDougall and David Fleminger
- TIME: 13h30
- MEET AT: Troyeville House - the corner of Pretoria and Clarence Streets, Troyeville
- COST: R200 for members and R300 for non-members, which includes tea
- DURATION: Approximately 3 hours
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