The museum is a beacon of hope and houses a series of 22 individual exhibition areas where visitors can take a walk through history and view the dramatic and emotional journey of racial discrimination and the struggle to over throw Apartheid. The museum gives visitors an understanding and a chance to experience what Apartheid in South Africa was like. A visit to this museum is fundamental.
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To get clued up on South Africa’s history and the rise and fall of Apartheid, the Apartheid Museum is the first of its kind and houses a number of exhibits to stroll through from film footage, photographs, text panels and artefacts.
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This is an interactive museum, that will totally involve you and all your senses. It starts with you moving through cells where people were kept. You then move outside and walk up a ramp past...
Debbles C Says:
Could have spent a whole day reading all the very interesting information. Very moving to understand the history and struggle that people have gone through for the benefit of others.
The Apartheid museum is well worth visiting but make sure you allow at least two hours to visit. The museum tracks the development of apartheid, the struggle against it and the aftermath. All in all...