Pretville is the home of Afrikaans film sets. It gives visitors the opportunity to see how film sets looked in productions such as Pretville, French Toast, Vir die Voëls as well as TV series like Roer Jou Voete on SABC 3. It also has the Pretville Bioscope, a chandelier-lit art deco cinema, where four free movies show daily.
The movie line-up is as follows:
11am French Toast
1pm French Toast
Automobile enthusiasts adore the vintage cars with swooping decorative fins and sparkling chrome accessories. Zaza’s photo booth is available for taking photos, as well as Pretville diner where you can enjoy delicious milkshakes, hamburgers and hotdogs.
Kids should remember to bring their own roller skates and enjoy the new roller rink, although some skates are available for hire.
Competing with Gauteng for the title of the ‘Cradle of Humankind’, North West is Gauteng’s own bushveld playground after crossing over the Magaliesberg mountains. The Pilanesberg National Park, whose extinct volcano crater is a thousand-million years old, is also found here...
Pretville is open every Saturday, Sunday, public and school holidays from 8am-4.30pm. The entrance fee is R70 for adults, R40 for children (2-12 years) and pensioners over 70 enter free. Overnight guests can even stay on in the town’s very own motel. It's no wonder Pretville is said to be the happiest place in Harties!
R511, Rietfontein, Hartbeespoort