Mr L Makhubo (Contact Person)
    036 637 2992 (Telephone)
    036 637 2992 (Fax) (Email)

Physical Address

Siege Museum
151 Murchison St
Between Town Hall and Post Office

Postal Address

PO Box 29

Named after a valley in Argyleshire by Scottish settlers during the late 1800s, Glencoe has a proud railway history the first train arriving on 4 September 1889.

General French was periodically stationed at Glencoe during the Anglo-Boer War, and Boer President Paul Kruger twice stayed overnight during the Siege of Ladysmith.

The house of Carl Landman - second in command at the Battle of Blood River can - be found on a farm close to Glencoe. For more information on this KwaZulu-Natal Battlefields town, please use the following menu.

Other areas in Glencoe