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Freedom Park is the South African tale in the voice of the South African people. Using our unique culture, heritage, history and spirituality, it tells of the events that shaped us and why we are who we are today. It is the heart and soul of our...more
Koch & 7th Avenue | Salvokop, Pretoria, South Africa
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This is a go to place for people to learn about the history of South Africa, cultural beliefs and how freedom came about. How many wars took place and how they decide to reconcile and fetch all the struggle icons spirits and bring them back...More
The park is beautiful, but to get the most out of your experience, I highly recommend taking a tour. I went with South African and American colleagues and our guide was impartial and gave thoughtful answers to our many questions. My one regret is not...More
Would have given this a 5 but no restaurant on a Sunday and Saturday pretty much sucked because we were pretty thirsty. All in all a super interactive and well put together display. I loved the history which had a lot of dates and physical...More
Our family loved the park. The park is much bigger than we first realised, spent over two hours walking around. Well designed and thought out. Great views over Pretoria. We went on a Sunday morning and where literally the only people there.
The site has been very attractively designed to commemorate all South Africans who have struggled for freedom and democracy. It includes a well laid out museum which provides a brief overview of the history of the country form the origins of the earth, through the...More
Definitely a must see for all South Africans, but please do it with a guide so that you get the full experience.
Food wasn’t great and the staff seemed confused and disorganized, however despite that haven’t stopped talking about it to people
I take our international guests here all the time, in conjunction with the Voortrekker Monument. Be sure to ask for headphones, and set aside at least 3 to 4 hours to meander and enjoy coffee or a bite to eat at the end of the...More