Joburg Heritage Tour – Yukon House Tea

Sunday Sep 18 14:00–17:00       33 North Ave, Bezuidenhout Valley
Join Joburg Heritage on this tour through one of Joburg's finest Randlords mansions. This Victorian home, built from stone quarried nearby in 1906, was completed in 1911 for flamboyant property developer, philanthropist and then Mayor of Johannesburg – Tommy Allen.
Located on the ridgeside overlooking Bezuidenhout Valley Yukon House has been meticulously restored, has been home to two mayors, and over the years has hosted members of Johannesburg's high society.

Enjoy a walk exploring the house with it broad verandas, impressive fireplaces, stained glass windows, and panoramic views of the valley. Traditional cream tea will be served on the patio as part of the tour.

Tour starts at 14:00 at 33 North Ave, Bezuidenhout Valley and lasts approximately 3 hours. Booking essential, call +27 60 813 3239 or email for more information. 



Sep 18 2022 14:00–17:00
Yukon House
33 North Ave, Bezuidenhout Valley

Price/Additional Info

Costs R350 (R250 for Joburg Heritage members)

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