Napier Toy Museum

A place with a difference. Unscheduled closures may occur from time to time and visitors are advised to phone if coming especially. Obtain visiting hours and entrance fees telephonically. Non-plastic pre-1965 toys always considered for purchase for the museum collection. Your visit to Napier won’t be complete without seeing Art and Toy World in the historic village centre.

Green Chameleon Shop
T-Shirts, Keyracks, Cards, Coasters, Games, Pet Mags, Doggy Bandanas and 100% Napier Products

Gretha's Place

Antique, collectables, bric-a-brac, old linen & books catering for English, Afrikaans & Deutsch.

Hero Staind Glass

Established in 1990, Hero Stained Glass is dedicated to the creation of beautiful table lamps, shades, pendants, panels and door insets.

Vindigo Wine and Decor
Specialising in wine sales, local arts and crafts.

Linda Reyburn Art
Linda studied art at Natal Technicon and practised under the watchful eyes of the Everard family. She spent 10 years overseas before returning to South Africa and settling in Napier. Linda has painted many Overberg and Karoo scenes during her six years in Napier. You'll find a selection of her paintings at Riek Creative and Vindigo in Napier and various galleries in the Overberg..

Riek Creative Contemporary Art Gallery

Explore the creativity of local artist's work - wonderful paintings, delightful ceramics and tactile sculptures. Fine art, Sculpture, Ceramics, Mixed Media, Functional art, design. Ulrich Riek, partner and the main inspiration for the gallery, uses mostly found items or recycled items that have lost their purpose in life; this too is a recreation.

Cow an Bell Gift Shop
From furniture (rustic and functional) to quirky “nick-nacks” (fun gifts) the contents of this friendly shop will leave you confused … wondering what to choose, and trying hard not to leave the best bits on the shelves!

Oh My!
We place particular emphasis on the arts of our upcoming South African Artists and Crafters in our immediate region. The gallery houses a variety of exclusive and contemporary art collections, which includes collections of the Overberg & Cape Agulhas region, as well as craft-related gift ideas for all ages. From jewellery, journal books, designer products, custom art prints, homeware, ceramics, wood carvings, kiln glassware to children's gifts and mementos. Visit our shop to be inspired!

Napier All Sorts

Napier All Sorts holds a coffee shop with homemade scones where you can enjoy the true "Platteland" hospitality. You will also find a quaint gift shop where you will be intrigued by the "All Sorts" to see. Various arts and crafts, from hand-made jewelry items to hand-made chess sets are for sale. A private collection of militaria with medals, uniforms etc. can also be viewed on site.

Domino Goats and Cheese Farm
Domino Goats and Cheese Farm is not just our business, it’s our home, and a place so inspirational to us we want to share it with the world. Not only by producing a range of fabulous 100% goat milk cheeses and scrumptious homemade preserves, but by inviting visitors to the farm too.

Manufacturer for high quality handcrafted products, like hand-painted candles, gift cards and recycled jewellery.

Napier Patat Festival

The festival hosts local performing artists, an array of food stalls and beer gardens and fun activities for the whole family to take part in. The more active festival goers can take part in the mountain bike races and half marathon to get the adrenalin flowing, while others can partake in the town’s historical walk at their own leisurely pace.

Ox Wagon Monument
Rumour has it, that Sarel Cilliers was part of the last group of men who got of the Waldensian in 1862 when it hit the reef at Algulhas on the way from Durban to Cape Town. Cilliers spent the night in Napier. Word of his bravery soon spread and the town’s people asked him if the new main road could be named after him. Cilliers was also be one of the well-known reverends to accompany families in the Great Trek (Groot Trek) which started in 1938. Coincidently, Napier also holds an Ox Wagon Monument erected in 1988 to commemorate the Great Trek (Groot Trek) of 1838.

Napier Sundial
Built in 1965, the sundial is the biggest in South Africa and born from the mind of a most unexpected character. Danie du Toit was not a highly educated man but found a true fascination in the movement of shadows as the seasons would move along. He started reading up about sundials, and found especially useful material amongst Langenhoven’s controversial works. The largest sundial in South Africa can be visited at the municipal buildings and is 100% accurate twice a year on the Winter and Summer Solstices.