Just a short drive outside of Johannesburg, The Cradle of Humankind offers visitors the opportunity to explore ancient archaeological sites where Early humans and their ancestors existed between 1.0 and 0.5 million years ago during the Earlier Stone Age, prior to the appearance of modern Homo sapiens.The Tumulus Building houses the Maropeng Exhibition where visitors can explore the rise and fall of life on earth through various sections. The interactive exhibition is self guided and can take anything from one to seven hours, depending on level of interest and time availability. Other highlights include the Tumulus and Marketplace restaurants and Maropeng and Hominid House.
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Maropeng is the place where the Cradle of Humankind World Heritage Site can be found. It is widely recognised that humankind emerged in Africa, and the Cradle presents powerful evidence of this.