The building is from the beautiful Late Victorian style and was restored to its original splendor in 1986 when it was declared as a museum. Works from well known artists and sculptors like Naria Mabasa, Danie de Jager, Jackson Hlungwane, Hennie Potgieter and John Baloyi, to name a few, are on exhibition Enchanting myths, legends and culture found its home here in the place where this mysterious and magical woman's ancestors finally settled.Modjadji is a direct descendant of Monomotapa who was the ruler of the Karanga people in Zimbabwe in the 15th century.The Sunland Baobab is about 22 meters tall and 47 meters in circumference. Day visitors can view all these qualities for themselves at only R10 p/person, while the pub can be booked for private functions.Accommodation is also available as well as quad tracks (11km-enduro and 2km kiddies track) This world heritage site features the most complete record of hominid occupation.This modern museum is housed in the Library Gardens Complex.
MOGALAKWENA CRAFT ART DEVELOPMENT FOUNDATION (MCADF) was established in 1994 to create employment opportunities, promote the traditional arts and crafts and promote the restoration of craft art skills.
A huge escalation in orders resulted after publication of the book, Craft Art in South Africa published by Struik/New Holland Publishers and the Foundation was compelled to employ more people.
In 1999/2000 the Foundation leased bigger premises and increased personnel, employees, and its marketing activities to UK, USA, France, Netherlands, Australia, Canada.
The Polokwane Museum was built in 1906 by Moschke, a German immigrant and in 1920 he sold the museum to JA Jones.
Mr Jones gave the museum the name of 'Irish House'.