Ditsong National Museum of Cultural History is nestled in the Centre of Pretoria, built on a 50 hectare estate The Ditsong National Musuem of Cultural History Museum is a beautiful and exclusive venue and one of South Africa’s well known world heritage sites. When one enters the premises of the Ditsong National Museum of Cultural History, one feels like being in the bush yet middle of Pretoria. The Museum explores South Africa’s cultural diversity in two ways, namely permanent and temporary exhibitions.
The venue has a chapel, spacious function room, beautifully landscaped and well maintained garden, and a private parking area. Our charming chapel can seat up to 200 guests and our venues can seat up to 500 guests banqueting. In terms of rain plan, the venue has a beautiful auditorium which can seat 120 guests. The venue is surrounded by major Hotels such as Manhattan Hotel, Burgers Park and Holiday Inn which are just 15 minutes from the venue. During the photo session the guests are invited to have a pre-arranged welcome drink in the beautiful garden.
Our dedicated team is trained to make sure that each wedding we host is seamless. From your planning, to execution and dancing, we would be there with our bridal couple till the end of the wedding.
Our venues are equipped with their own PA systems. We have our own experienced DJ’s with whom our clients discuss their music requirements. Our Wedding planner will assist you in the planning of your wedding day and will discuss every little detail of your special day with you. Our experienced Coordinators will make sure that everything on your wedding day is taken care of and will make sure that your wedding day will be perfect. We have an in-house florist, with whom you may discuss all your flower requirements.
We offer a selection of menus, from western to traditional dishes and this is one thing our guests remember about our venue. We understand our country’s cultural diversities and therefore customize every dish according to the way you want it.
Call us on: 012-323-1907/1220