The strange but wonderful home of Helen Martins is often the main reason people visit Nieu-Bethesda. Miss Helen transformed materials such as glass, mirrors, wire and cement into a magical world of mermaids, bottle-skirted hostesses, camels and pilgrims.
Pack some play dough and get the kids to create their own owls/sculptures when you enjoy lunch at one of the restaurants in town. Children can use their imagination to make up their own stories of Miss Helen’s mystical creations.
R50 per person entrance fee
Monday to Sunday
9:00am – 16:45pm
December Holiday Open:
8:00am – 17:45pm
Buy a combination ticket of the Owl House and Kitching Fossil Exploration Centre for R70.