Claremont Soapstone Sculptors

Why Visit?: 


  • A great opportunity to see local Nyanga sculptors working with fruit stone, green serpentine, opal, perfection and springstone mined from the Great Dyke around Guruve.
  • Their inspiration comes from the Nyanga Mountains and streams, animals and from their beliefs originating in their traditional Shona and local culture.
  • Prices vary from $5 to around $600 depending on the medium, subject, complexity and size of their sculptures.

How to get here: 

From Juliasdale drive 5.0 KM on the main road (A14) towards the Nyanga National Park. The Soapstone sculptors and farm kiosk selling jam, chutneys and vegetables have a car park off the main road.

GPS reference: 18°19′12.99″S 32°41′43.23″E


The farm kiosk selling jam, chutneys and vegetables is also highly recommended

When to visit: 
All year around
Entrance free