Things to do in Senekal
Senekal's tourist office is open and helpful, and you can pick up brochures for the town's historical monuments of relevance.
The rather austere sandstone Dutch Reformed Mother Church stands right in the middle of town, in Van Riebeeck Street, encircled by a wall of petrified tree trunks
These tree trunks, after the scrutiny of scientists, are said to hail back some 250 million years, believed to be related to our current pine and yellowwood trees. The largest of these stands seventeen and a half metres high on the western side of the ring wall. They make wonderful photograph material.
Senekal also claims the house of AD Keet, the poet whose family lived and worked in the house that now stands in Zuider Street, a marble memorial needle, an angel in honour of commandant-general FP Senekal, and the Burger Monument in memory of the fallen Boers of Senekal during the South African War, as other attractions.