On the grounds of the L'Ormarins farm in Franschhoek, home to Antonij Rupert Wines, is the Franschhoek Motor Museum. This collection of more than 200 cars is the personal collection of Johann Rupert, who runs the wine estate. The cars span more than 100 years of car-making history, and the models on display (a selection that rotates periodically) are in impeccable condition.
In addition to the cars, the Franschhoek Motor Museum also showcases some historical motorcycles and bicycles, as well as motoring memorabilia. There are four buildings on the estate which hold cars, each grouped by its make.
The Franschhoek Motor Museum is a little less than 40 miles east of Cape Town. The museum is open Monday-Friday 10am-5pm and weekends 10am-4pm. Admission is SAR60 for adults, SAR50 for seniors, and SAR30 for children 3-12.