Opened in 2001, the Apartheid Museum is dedicated to illustrating the rise and fall of apartheid, and is regarded as the world’s pre-eminent museum dealing with 20th century South Africa. The exhibits include film footage, photographs, text panels and artefacts illustrating the events and human stories that are part of apartheid, with the museum acting as a beacon of hope by showcasing the country’s oppressive history.
Venue: Cnr Northern Parkway & Gold Reef Rds, Ormonde, Johannesburg
Time: Mon to Sun 9am to 5pm
Cost: Adults R75 | Pensioners, students & children R60