Entrance to the Kruger Museum,  view from Church St, Pretoria.

Entrance to the Kruger Museum, view from Church St, Pretoria.

 The two stone lion sculptures located on either side of its entrance were presented to President Kruger as a mark of appreciation by mining magnate Barney Barnato.

The two stone lion sculptures located on either side of its entrance were presented to President Kruger as a mark of appreciation by mining magnate Barney Barnato.

 Bedroom in Paul Kruger Museum, Pretoria.

Bedroom in Paul Kruger Museum, Pretoria.

 Main living room in Paul Kruger Museum, Pretoria.

Main living room in Paul Kruger Museum, Pretoria.

 Details from the living room in Paul Kruger Museum, Pretoria.

Details from the living room in Paul Kruger Museum, Pretoria.

 Dinning room in Paul Kruger Museum, Pretoria.

Dinning room in Paul Kruger Museum, Pretoria.

 Doorways in Paul Kruger Museum, Pretoria.

Doorways in Paul Kruger Museum, Pretoria.

 Small office room in Paul Kruger Museum, Pretoria.

Small office room in Paul Kruger Museum, Pretoria.

 Kantor (Office) in Paul Kruger Museum, Pretoria.

Kantor (Office) in Paul Kruger Museum, Pretoria.

 Photograph in Paul Kruger Museum, Pretoria.

Photograph in Paul Kruger Museum, Pretoria.

 Doorways in Paul Kruger Museum, Pretoria.

Doorways in Paul Kruger Museum, Pretoria.

 Kitchen in Paul Kruger Museum, Pretoria.

Kitchen in Paul Kruger Museum, Pretoria.

 Details of the kitchen in Paul Kruger Museum, Pretoria.

Details of the kitchen in Paul Kruger Museum, Pretoria.

 Details of the kitchen in Paul Kruger Museum, Pretoria.

Details of the kitchen in Paul Kruger Museum, Pretoria.

 Entrance to the West Hall in Paul Kruger Museum, Pretoria.

Entrance to the West Hall in Paul Kruger Museum, Pretoria.

  The West Hall . This hall was built on the foundation of the original coach house in 1958. It has a specific theme which focuses on international tributes and tokens of sympathy and honour, which were bestowed on President Kruger and the Boer nation by people from all over the world, as moral support for the Boer´s struggle for independence from England and British imperialism, during the South African War (1899-1902).

The West Hall. This hall was built on the foundation of the original coach house in 1958. It has a specific theme which focuses on international tributes and tokens of sympathy and honour, which were bestowed on President Kruger and the Boer nation by people from all over the world, as moral support for the Boer´s struggle for independence from England and British imperialism, during the South African War (1899-1902).

  Goddess of Liberty . A French token of honour presented to President Kruger, the Boer generals and the Boers.

Goddess of Liberty. A French token of honour presented to President Kruger, the Boer generals and the Boers.

 Look to the  state railway coach  what was used by President Kruger from 1884 till 1900, on official visits and political campaigns to parts of the ZAR and on his trips to Natal and Bloemfontain during the South Africa War.

Look to the state railway coach what was used by President Kruger from 1884 till 1900, on official visits and political campaigns to parts of the ZAR and on his trips to Natal and Bloemfontain during the South Africa War.

 Details of the railway coach and the signs with additional information at the Paul Kruger Museum, Pretoria.

Details of the railway coach and the signs with additional information at the Paul Kruger Museum, Pretoria.

 Emblem at the state railway coach used by President Kruger, Paul Kruger Museum, Pretoria.

Emblem at the state railway coach used by President Kruger, Paul Kruger Museum, Pretoria.

  The East Hall.  This hall was built in 1965. The exhibition cover President Kruger´s journey into exile from Mozambique to Europe, this train journey through Europe, the houses in which he stayed in Europe and his death in Clarens, Switzerland.

The East Hall. This hall was built in 1965. The exhibition cover President Kruger´s journey into exile from Mozambique to Europe, this train journey through Europe, the houses in which he stayed in Europe and his death in Clarens, Switzerland.

 Details of the Eastern Hall, Paul Kruger Museum, Pretoria.

Details of the Eastern Hall, Paul Kruger Museum, Pretoria.

 Pictures of the State Funeral in Pretoria on 16 December 1904.

Pictures of the State Funeral in Pretoria on 16 December 1904.