Constitution Hill is one of South Africa’s most important heritage sites. This historical attraction regularly hosts a diverse range of exciting events – from art exhibitions to street beat poetry sessions, rock shows to jazz jams and record launches, public debates on Constitutional Court rulings, to children’s programmes and so much more! Here you not only get to have a good time but to learn about the story of South Africa’s turbulent past and its extraordinary transition to democracy. Visit the historical sites including the Old Fort Prison Complex, the Constitutional Court, Women’s Jail and Nelson Mandela’s old cell. There’s also a relaxing restaurant to chill out and grab some refreshments.
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- Botanical Art WorldWide Exhibition
- World Book Celebration
- Hezron Chetty And The ZugZwang At Food Zone
- Africa Week 2018
- Afrikan Food Festival
- Youth Day 8km Picnic Hike
- Breathtaking Sky Dinner
- Rooftop BBQ & Boutique Wine
- Royal Wedding High Tea
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The Constitution Hill precinct is located at 11 Kotze Street in Braamfontein, Johannesburg near the western end of the suburb of Hillbrow.
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It is always such an important place to take visitors and a space that is inspiring and important. Teaching us about the atrocities from our past, and paving the way for a fair and universally...
The area, museum, and Court are really interesting. However, it is not the place if you have physical limitations for walking on using mobility aids. There are a lot of steps, no elevators. The...
Exceptional guide with wonderfully in depth knowledge. Thoroughly worth the visit to gain a greater understanding of the past, present and future issues. Don't let the huge amounts of rubbish in the...