Kroondal started as a Lutheran mission station on the farm Kronendal (“Crown Dale”) in 1858. The town has a strong German heritage that is still reflected by the architecture and cultural atmosphere.
Fauna And Flora
Mountain Sanctuary Park: The Mountain Sanctuary Park features a series of interesting walks and trails.
History And Architecture
German homes and businesses: Several distinctly German businesses and private homes are found in town.
Lutheran Church: This Lutheran Church was built in 1896. It was restored between 1979 and 1982 and has been proclaimed a national monument.
Tobacco and Cotton Research Institute: This branch of the Department of Agriculture regularly conducts educational tours of the premises.