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The property is small but full of content and interesting things. A trip down a bit of Ghandi's life and early Johannesburg. If you are looking for something that will take an hour or so, this is the place to go. Easy parking.
I’m a Japanese living in India.
Stayed here during my trip to Durban and Johannesburg following the footsteps of Mahatma Gandhiji.
Perfect to be reminded about Satyagraha initiatives.
Lots of photos, messages and explanations about the life of Gandhiji around Johannesburg are displayed.
Styagraha House, a memorial to Mahatma Gandhi,s contribution to South Africa’s freedom movement, reminds us of the great role played by this great leader, in achieving freedom through “ahimsa “(non-violence ). Our heads bow in reverence.
We loved visiting this place. It is part of the history of S. Africa and what Mahatma Gandhi did for the downtrodden in this land.
My only regret is that the owners of this property has built a B&B to serve visitors instead of leaving...More
The house is a mix or original and new, but very well presented and our guide was very informative. You can see artifacts, letters and other info relating to Ghandi's time there and his wider life and work. The house itself is interesting, it also...More
With our departures from South Africa due soon we went quite fortuitously to this lovely haven for lunch. It was a stunning complex of beauty and tranquility in a city which can be busy and at times dangerous. Food was S Indian veggie and the...More
Good place to visit if you want to know Gandhi’s life in South Africa. Lots of history. Can spend at least 2 hours learning and reading about him. There’ll be a guide explaining his life in SAF for 15 minuets and then you’re free to...More
Set in Orchards region it is both a museum and guesthouse ,very tranquil place and access by boom gate,museum is quite small but nice pictures ,overall very simple museum Ghandi would have approved ,admission is nothing for residents of S Africa and small charge for...More
Response from chrisunderhill2016 | Reviewed this property |
I went and had a pre-booked lunch so I assume that this took care of any fee type arrangement. The web site does not specify a visitors fee...so recommend you email or phone ahead so as to be sure. Best wishes Chris