Soak up the atmosphere and act like you live here
Immerse yourself in village life.
There are lots to do if you want to feel what it is like to live in a town like Prince Albert.
Go to the Saturday markie and have a coffee with locals, visit a community project or relax on the stoep with the Prince Albert Friend newspaper.
Don’t forget to go for a picnic or walk a labyrinth and why not visit our library for a good read or to catch up on the latest magazines.
The Karoo labyrinthThe Karoo labyrinth Contact: The Karoo labyrinth St John the Baptist Church
Walk the Karoo Labyrinth in the garden at St John the Baptist Church in Bank Street.
You are most welcome to walk the Karoo Labyrinth at St John’s and spend some time in contemplation and prayer.
The Karoo labyrinth is unique to Prince Albert and has been constructed from local materials and indigenous plants.
The path is defined by stones and weaves its way from the Church door towards a tree which provides shade for quiet contemplation and prayer.
The Celtic Christian symbols of Earth, Air, Water and Fire all feature in the labyrinth.