2 & more persons R950.00 per person; Single person R1 750.00
½ Day : Morning or Afternoon (± 3 hours, 8:30 or 13:30, departure times may be changed to suit customers)
The Apartheid Museum, the first of its kind, illustrates the rise and fall of apartheid. It is a beacon of hope showing the world how South Africa is coming to terms with its oppressive past and working towards a future that all South Africans can call their own.
When visiting the Apartheids Museum, embark on a journey of discovery of the racial segregation experienced by millions. A series of 22 individual exhibition areas takes the visitor through a dramatic emotional journey that tells a story of a state-sanctioned system based on racial discrimination and the struggle of the majority to overthrow this tyranny.
For anyone wanting to understand and experience what apartheid South Africa was really like, a visit to the Apartheid Museum is fundamental.
The museum also features footage of former president Nelson Mandela’s interview with the BBC while in hiding from the authorities in 1961, as well as of apartheid architect Hendrik Verwoerd justifying racial segregation.
The policy of apartheid was introduced by the National Party in 1948 as a form of domination and control of black people through racial segregation. Black people were subject to inhumane treatment, their movement was curtailed and they needed permission to travel to certain parts of the country.
The Apartheid Museum takes visitors on an emotion-filled journey through those times. Film footage, photographs, text panels and artefacts in 22 individual exhibition areas bear witness to oppression. The exhibits include visuals of daily life in South Africa’s townships – under the watchful eye of security police in armoured Casspir vehicles – as well as of forced removals and innocent people being mauled by police dogs.
In other rooms, the sounds of toyi-toying and struggle songs reverberate, and visuals document the almost daily protests by the restless masses. Marches were brutally suppressed – as on 16 June 1976 in Soweto, when police opened fire on defenceless schoolchildren protesting the use of Afrikaans as a medium of instruction in schools.
can also be combined as a Full Day Tour with:
|Tour||Full Day Tour Combination|
|Johannesburg City Tour||Apartheid Museum & Johannesburg City Tour|
|Soweto Tour||Apartheid Museum & Soweto Tour|
|Lilliesleaf Farm||Apartheid Museum & Lilliesleaf Farm|
|Constitutional Court||Apartheid Museum& Constititional Court|
|Gold Reef City||Apartheid Museum & Gold Reef City Tour|
Further Tour information:
1/2 Day : Morning or Afternoon (± 3 hours, 8:30 or 13:30, departure times may be changed to suit customers )
Clients will be picked up at the OR Tambo Airport (Johannesburg) or their accommodation in Johannesburg or Pretoria.
NB.: an additional R350 per vehicle for each pick-up/drop-off in Johannesburg/ORTambo Airport/Sandton.
Lunch is not included.
- Guided tour in Air-conditioned vehicle, conducted by a SA Tourism registered guide.
- Entrance fees, fuel
- Tours are generally conducted in English. Surcharge applies for foreign language guides.
In your booking requests kindly provide us with the following info:
- Number of persons in your group (no minimum number)
- Desired date of tour.
- Pick-up address (place of departure) (Hotel, Home, or OR Tambo Airport)
Booking / Enquiry:
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