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Smithfield Attractions




Basotho War Memorial In memory of those who lost their lives in that war, in front of the City Hall.
Birthplace of Christiaan De Wet (1854 – 1922), on the farm Leeukop. The house has been declared a National Monument.
Old School Building The first school in the Orange Free State was established here in 1848. The school building, erected in 1850, still stands today and is the home of the museum curator

Caledon River Museum


Exhibits include a display in memory of General Christiaan de Wet (1854-1922), an 18th century kitchen and the wool washery dating back to 1866 and `Old Grietjie’, a muzzle-loading ship’s cannon used in most of the wars against the Basotho.

Biba’s Art On N6


Contact person: Barbara von Ahlefeldt

Address:PO Box 88


Cell: 073 845 1488/ 076 522 0130



Established in 1996 to fill a gap in Smithfield’s cultural life, Biba’s Art on N6 has played a significant role ever since in the town’s life.

Today an established landmark in the town, the gallery has been important in encouraging the emergence of local artists as well as introducing the work of well-known artists from other parts of South Africa. All art forms have been featured in the many exhibitions over the years. They have included paintings in oils, water-colours, as well as charcoal and sculpture.

Excentrix Vintage Collectibles



Contact person: Karin Torode

Address:17 General Hertzog Str Smithfield

Cell: 074 179 0570/083 714 0527

Email: karintorode@gmail.com


Welcome to Excentrix Vintage Collectibles, owner run and managed. Our shop was previously known as Rustic Relics which was in Smithfield’s main street, we have since downscaled and now operate from smaller premises. Our shop is small but quaint and quirky – no expensive, high end antiques here but rather a eclectic collection of items to suit most people’s tastes and pocket.

The Studio @ Nick’s Place



Address: PO Box 5, Smithfield

Tel: 0516830974

Cell: 0846000321



The Studio @ Nick’s Place is the home of Smithfield merino wool products. Raw wool is hand spun on the premises and transformed into beautiful soft furnishings and clothes.

We also exhibit locally made quilts.

Market Square



A wooden structure almost hidden in the corner of a large, empty stand is another reminder of an era gone by.