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This is a must visit museum not in the best location but has so much to see. I also enjoyed the photographic section an amazing collection. There is a section of art which needs to be seen. Transport items such as stage coaches penny farthings...More
This museum is located downtown, quite frankly no the location I would visit after hours but if you hop off the bus and hop back in is OK.
It has some interesting artifacts that range from tribal clothing and masks to wooden carriages from the...More
When I first visited this museum in 1994 it was fantastic.it had pictorial areas on all the key struggles during the apartheid era, it had an amazing section on shabeens and their music. Tthese are the drinking houses in townships and they allowed you to...More
This museum houses various exhibitions from the creative and poetic to the solemn and historic. It was free, had 2 floors with stairs and extensive ramps. There was a lift that was out of order. Worth a wander if you have time.
There was a lot on display. Did find the photographic display fascinating, also the display on the cartoonists. But, I feel that there are too many open spaces inside the museum. This could be utilised, by involving the local artists, by letting them have exhibitions...More
Museum Africa captures the bitter experience of the Rivonia Treason Trial of the Nelson Mandela and his comrade , and the social effects of the migrant labour system on the gold mines. You can walk into a shebeen, or hostel room of concrete bunks, and...More