After our stops at the Dutch Reformed Church and Delville Wood Memorial we drove to the Tourism office to get a bit more information about the town. The tourism office is housed in the Walter Battiss Art Gallery in 45 Paulet Street. The building was built in 1818 and was used as an Officer’s Mess for the British troops. It is a National Monument.
|Hope Church Parsonage|
|60 Paulet Street|
|The carriage way at 69 Paulet Street|
|Old Hofmeyr School|
|107 Paulet Street, Mill House|