A highlight of my trip.. I used the discount from the red bus.. very informative and well arranged..!
About Apartheid Museum
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This museum leaves you feeling a bit numb - but it was one of the most worthwhile mornings we have spent in a long while. We are familiar with apartheid and grew up hearing about the struggles. We well remember the day Mandela was released....More
We have had an incredibly moving experience visiting this museum and journeying through the history of this country. I had studied The rise of Apartheid till the Soweto uprisings at school so found the details of what came after and before so shocking, especially the...More
The opening exhibit at this museum is amazing, unfortunately it goes a bit downhill from there as they are trying to convey history using a ridiculous amount of words, I think the subject they are covering is really important, but the exhibits could be so...More
Although called the Apartheid museum, a large portion of the exhibits deal with Nelson Mandela and George Bizos. The origins of Apartheid are not objectively portrayed and not much info is given on it and the period preceding Apartheid.
We visited this museum as part of a tour, but we were allowed to go at our own pace, unguided. There is, what felt like an unending amount of information, and it was probably too much for a shorter visit, allowed by our tour. But,...More
I knew only superficially about the whole impact of the Apartheid and gosh! Two decades after and there still signs of trauma. Good place to understand and avoid discrimination. Our society became complex and we are lost in our aims. So for every soul that...More
This should be called the Mandela museum. I felt it was narrowly focused and I left after one hour. No interaction, just walking and reading.
Absolutely a must visit! I was transfixed in most oif the sections that I over ran over time by an hour. It is a wonderful tribute to the challenges that groups of people faced in my lifetime. Fantastic historical journey.