Gauteng

Entrance to the Apartheid Museum, Johannesburg
Entrance to the Apartheid Museum, Johannesburg
Photo by Shutterstock / Subodh Agnihotri
An extraordinary museum that brings to life the horrors of apartheid: from the petty cruelties inflicted on the everyday lives of black South Africans then to state repression and violence. The story of South Africa’s struggle for democracy is compellingly told with powerful displays and interactive elements, and through everyday heroes as well as historical leaders. We recommend you give yourself a few hours to take it all in.
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Amenities

Facilities for disabled
Outside seating
Restaurant

Website

Email

info@apartheidmuseum.org

Open

Open 09:00–17:00.

Price/Additional Info

Admission R100, kids, pensioners and students R85. Not suitable for young kids.

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