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Digging deeper into Cape Town's (shockingly recent) past

I visited with two colleagues from abroad. Great photography and informative accompanying stories... read more

Reviewed 24 September 2014
KerryN178
via mobile
Sad, uncomfortable but eye opening

This museum tells the story of how the township came to be, and how life in the township is... read more

Reviewed 7 December 2011
Zulaiga W
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Cape Town
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24 Sep 2014
“Digging deeper into Cape Town's (shockingly recent) past”
15 Jul 2012
“An interesting initiative”
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Reviewed 24 September 2014 via mobile

I visited with two colleagues from abroad. Great photography and informative accompanying stories. Excellent tour guide Alex is very knowledgeable and his passion for this musuem is inspiring. A short walk led us to hostel 33 itself. It was was moving to reflect on the...More

3  Thank KerryN178
Reviewed 16 July 2012

Just one of the many places of interest in the Helderberg Basin. A valuable insight into the wrongs of the past.

1  Thank Highcliffe_House
Reviewed 7 December 2011

This museum tells the story of how the township came to be, and how life in the township is maintained. A walk through Lwandle can leave one feeling sad and overwhelmed, but it also allows one to recognise that the present situation in our townships...More

1  Thank Zulaiga W
Reviewed 26 January 2011

I had an opportunity to visit Lwandle and the museum during my stay in Cape Town. It is located in a small township in Strand/somerset west. It is very easy to visit for example on the way to the many vineyards in somerset west area....More

5  Thank meanla
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