Liliesleaf

Liliesleaf Farm was secretly used by the African National Congress activists in the 1960s. It was purchased as headquarters for the underground Communist Party, with funds from the South African communist Party. Nelson Mandela needed a safe place to operate from. He lived there, working in blue overalls under the false name, David Motsamayi, assumedly employed by the owner to look after the farm. Many prominent ANC leaders were arrested at the time, leading to the Rivonia Trial. Today Lilliesleaf Farm is a Museum and world famous Heritage Site, visited by many tourists annually. It is rated as one of the top things to do in Johannesburg.

TOUR INCLUDES

  • Museum
  • Liberation Centre and auditorium
  • Guided tour (to be booked 5 days in advance)
  • Recreated audio-visual displays of the dramatic events around the police raid
  • Transport from & back to Sandton area

OTHER POINTS OF INTEREST

  • Self-tours available (no pre-booking required)
  • Café, serving freshly prepared light meals
  • Conference centre, suitable for any special events

DURATION

Half Day

PRICE

1 person R1750
2-3 persons R1450 each
4-9 persons R1150 each
10-14 persons R850 each
More than 14 persons TBA

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BOOKING ENQUIRY

Liliesleaf


Prices subject to change without prior notice.
Booking subject to availability.