APARTHEID MUSEUM TOUR (Half day ± 4hrs)

Hours allocated include travelling time

Pick up points: 
We pick up from your hotel, guest house, lodge, and work place, around Johannesburg, Johannesburg Central, South, North and North West, in Sandton, Rosebank, Fourways , Melrose Arch, Illovo, Randburg, Roodepoort,  Edenvale ,Bedfordview, Kempton Park, Boksburg, Alberton, Midrand, Centurion, Pretoria, Rosebank Gautrain Station, O R Tambo International airport including accommodations around the area

Pick up times: Daily,  anytime between 9:30 and 1:00pm week days, and between 9:00 and 1:00pm during weekends and Public holidays
Closed: Good Friday, Christmas and New Year’s Day
Minimum: 1 Person

Package inclusions:

  • Pick up and drop at your address in a comfortable air conditioned vehicle
  • Guided tour
  • Entrance to Apartheid museum

   


Apartheid Museum

Apartheid Museum is acknowledged as a Pre-eminent Museum in the World dealing with the Apartheid story in South Africa. It illustrates the Apartheid history and Post- Apartheid era of South Africa.

An Architectural consortium, comprising several leading Architectural firms, conceptualised the design of the building on a 7 hectare stand. The museum is a superb example of design, space and landscape offering the International
community a unique South African experience

A tour to Apartheid museum is a must for any visitor, who wants to understand the history of Apartheid. You do the tour of a series of 22 individual exhibitions ( a dramatic emotional journey of racial discrimination) and Mandela’s exhibition.

The exhibits have been assembled and organised by a multi- disciplinary team of Curators, Film-makers, historians and designers. They include film footages, Photographs, Text panels and Artefacts.

The museum is a beacon of hope showing the world how South Africa is coming to terms with its oppressive past and working towards a future that all South Africans can call their own.

 


Mandela’s exhibition

Nelson Mandela's exhibition is currently on at the Apartheid Museum. Mandela's exhibition examines his undoubted Strengths and Greatness, but does not shy away from his Weaknesses too. Mandela's extra-ordinary life is explored through seven themes:

CHARACTER, COMRATE, LEADER, PENSIONER, NEGOTIATOR and STATESMAN.

 Narratives are presented through a visual wall display, supported by film displays of original artefacts.

 

The Pillars of the Constitution

South Africa’s new democratic constitution contains guarantees of Equality, more extensive than anywhere else in the world. At its heart are seven fundamental values, which are represented by Pillars in the first courtyard visitor’s encounter on arrival at the museum: democracy, equality, reconciliation, diversity, responsibility, respect and freedom

 


 
 
 
 
 
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