Zwartkoppies Hall, the residence of the Marks family, is set in a park-like garden and is furnished with the original belongings of the Marks family, which is in itself a rare phenomenon.
The house consists of 40 odd rooms and features a Burmese teakwood staircase and billiard room with beautifully painted ceiling. The Museum houses a remarkable collection of Victorian silver, porcelain and furniture. The walls were painted by an Italian artist and most of it has been restored to its former glory. There is solid brass bed in the main bedroom, a Bechstein piano in the music room and a huge coal stove that came all the way from Scotland in the kitchen.