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A Pan African gallery for modern and contemporary art including a specialized bookshop with a catalogue of local and international publications on the art of the continent.

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A museum dedicated to the illustration of the rise and fall of apartheid. The exhibits – assembled and organised by a wide team of curators, film-makers, historians and designers – include provocative film footage, photographs, text panels and artefacts illustrating the events and human stories.

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These Elephants have been domesticated through positive reinforcement and as a result, provide guests with the unique opportunity to interact with them. Visitors are taken on a journey into the world of the African elephant and are guided through an unforgettable experience with these magnificent creatures, with a special opportunity to touch, feed and get to know them.

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Home to the largest art collection in the Southern hemisphere, the gallery boasts over 9000 works of art, displayed in 15 exhibition halls and sculpture gardens. Only 10% of the exhibits are ever on display at one time, the rest are kept in storage.

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At the forefront of contemporary art in South Africa, the Goodman Gallery focuses on artists from South Africa, the African Continent, and other countries who engage in a dialogue with the African context.

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The Ditsong National Museum of History is the only natural history museum in Gauteng and is one of the largest in South Africa. It is unique in that it is the only institute in South Africa that offers the local, national and international community the opportunity to view its collections of original fossil material usually denied the public.

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A commercial art gallery which showcases quality work by local and international artists, holding monthly exhibitions of contemporary South African artists. It also deals extensively in investment-focused wildlife and traditional painting and sculpture.

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Irene Dairy Farm is a picturesque, old-style functioning dairy farm that has been in practice since 1895.

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