We only had an hour and a half and there was so much more to see but we saw and learned so much and there is so much we couldn't see or listen too. A very important Museum. May such situation never happen again
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At one point there were several museums located around Soweto. Most were combined to created one of the most moving places I have been. Plan on at least three hours for a visit. Even after my third visit it still takes me that long. No...More
This museum is both very sad and very interesting. You need two to three hours to do it justice. The ticket machine randomly assigns you as white or non-white and there are two different entrances to use accordingly. It is a bit of a maze,...More
Right from the entrance and purchase of your ticket you are forced to think at this wonderful museum. It is definitely a must for anyone living and visiting Jhb.
The museum is laid out in a peculiar manner. It kind of meanders. But, the Nelson Mandela exhibit contains so much information about this incredible man's life and accomplishments that you must take the time to see it.
If you wish to "learn" about Apartheid, then you must add this place to your visit. This museum does a great job in providing a thorough background of the systematic approach behind Apartheid and the people involved in the movement to exact change .
I thought I knew about apartheid before my visit. This museum provides in depth details, from the use of photos, personal accounts, news reels, and news articles, of the horrifying laws and resulting actions to the various people affected by apartheid. This museum is definitely...More
Very informative museum. 2 entrances one for "whites" and one for "blacks". Check your entrance card which one to take..... You see just an overall look of the apartheid but gives you a good insight. Also a large part is dedicated to Mandela. The photo...More