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Arts, Crafts, Curios, Antiques & Artifacts
 

Webmaster's Note

The shops in Pilgrim's Rest have the most fascinating collection of Arts, Crafts, Curios, Antiques & Collectables in South Africa.
 
 
Take it slowly!

 

Pamphlets & Books on Pilgrim's Rest & the Area, as well as Memorabilia.
Uptown (In the Info Centre)
Tel (+27) (0)13 768 1060
 
Wrought Iron Crafts & Gifts
Downtown
Tel (+27) (0)83 441 7459
 
Groceries and Bottle Store
Downtown
Tel (+27) (0)13 768 1127
 
Crafts & Gift Shop
Downtown
Tel (+27) (0)13 768 1329
 
Spinning, Weaving, Hand Crafted Teddy Bears and other silk goods.
Uptown
Tel (+27) (0)13 768 1258
 
Fuel, Groceries
Downtown
Tel (+27) (0)13 768 1251
 
Unique curios, gifts and crafts manufactured in Pilgrim's.
Uptown
Tel (+27) (0)13 768 1092
 
Digital photos of your group in old fashioned clothing.  Antiques.
Downtown
Tel (+27) (0)13 768 1296
 
African Arts, Crafts & Clothing
Uptown
Tel (+27) (0)13 768 1116
 
Traditional homemade sweets, collectables & books.
Uptown
Tel (+27) (0)13 768 1117
 
Weaving, Pottery, Stained Glass & Gifts
Downtown
Tel (+27) (0)13 768 1150
 
Buy postage stamps and have your postcards and letters stamped with the much sought after Pilgrim's Rest stamp, before posting your mail. Internet & e-mail facilities.
Uptown
Tel (+27) (0)72 103 9188
 
African Arts, Crafts & Clothing
Uptown
Tel (+27) (0)13 768 1119
 
Handmade Curios, Beadwork & Crafts
Downtown
Tel (+27) (0)72 580 6020
 

 

Browse among the wayside stalls along the Main Street of Pilgrim's Rest and enjoy the vibrancy and colour of Africa's culture.
 

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