Discover some of Spier's incredible art collection that's dotted around the estate. From the fascinating Singing Stones of the Karoo to the thought provoking Ouroboros and Dying Slave, learn about the art works and the artists who created them. Find out how the Spier Artisan Apprenticeship Programme and Creative Block are helping underprivileged artists exhibit and earn a living from their creativity. Spier is committed to supporting local art and artists and we hope this walk leaves you creatively inspired.
Spier werf, Eight, Mosaic Kraal, Slave Bell
Begin this tour at the entrance to Spier Hotel. You reach this by following the signs to the hotel when you reach the entrance to Spier farm on the R310 (Baden Powell Drive) just outside of Stellenbosch. There is ample parking right next to the hotel.
Places to stop along the way:
The Artisan Studio, Historic Wine Cellar and all the various art works on the tour.
Best time to walk:
If it's been raining a lot, parts of the farm can get a bit muddy.
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