This attraction tells the story of the ages of the universe and more importantly mankind and the earliest signs of creation. Fairly quick tour set on the outer hills of johansburg. Beautiful spot to have an picnic afterwards.
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Nothing like learning about 100s of millions of years of humankind to put a single existence in perspective. Well worth the time. No need to hire a tour guide as the cave tour has its own guide and the museum at Maropeng is self-guided, but...More
I visited not expecting too much but was pleasantly surprised. Ensure you go through the visitors centre and visit the caves afterwards. Allie about 3 hours all up.Be aware that the cave has several hundred stairs and some low squeezy areas to get through. The...More
The cradle of human kind situated outside Krugersdorp of N14 Freeway a huge footprint for everyone young and old, was fascinated by the numbers of people here coming to exercise physically riding bicycles , running on foot and biking veryone mind his own business. I...More
I didn't quite know what to expect, but was entertained and educated all at once. An excellent and engaging presentation of human history. The static information exhibits were clear and told the story and the boat ride was an unexpected and fun experience.
We enjoyed the Cradle of Humankind museum as well as the Sterkfontein Caves (nearby) - both sites together made for a very fun and interesting several hours. Our family group of ten had an awesome time at both (with lunch in between - at a...More