Apartheidsmuseum

The museum was officially opened by Nelson Mandela in 2002 and takes the visitor on a dramatic emotional journey through the rise and fall of apartheid in the 20th century in South Africa. Using televisions, recorded interviews and news footage, this museum effectively portrays the rise of nationalism in 1948, racial segregation, pass laws, political prisoners, the response from townships such as Sharpeville and the Soweto up-rising. It gives a clear view of the merciless and tragic circumstances of millions of people during the apartheids era.

TOUR INCLUDES

  • Entry fee
  • Series of 22 exhibition areas
  • Transport from & back to Sandton area

DURATION

Half day

PRICE

1 person R1150
2-3 persons R650 each
4-9 persons R450 each
10-14 persons R300 each
More than 14 persons TBA

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Apartheidsmuseum


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