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The house was easy to find with GPS but our route from the north took us through and past the Market area. Not a route for the self drive tourist unfamiliar with our inner cities and driving habits.
There is kerb side parking .
I am sitting outside the museum on their beautiful veranda having visited the museum. If you are interested in Southern African culture and tradition, this museum is a MUST. The collection, though limited, has the most awesome depth. In association with the guided tour, gives...More
this is such a special place!
the history of the building, of the collector and of the extensive collection itself is beyond words to describe!
the guided tour is a MUST! you will learn so much and be treated to more history and craftsmanship here...More
An excellent small museum that is brimming with artifacts sharing the South African story. The docent lead tour was inspirational and informative while entertaining as well. This museum is a heartfelt journey into South African life.
A few members of our Rotary Club of Durban visited the museum today and were taken on a guided tour of the museum by a very inspiring and enthusiastic Paul Mikula who has a incredible knowledge of the history and heritage of the African Communities....More
This is a privately owned and run museum which houses an amazing collection of Zulu and other Southern African tribal craft work, including beadwork, wirework, basketry and the like. We had a guided tour, a must, which was led by Phumzile. Her engaging manner and...More
This was the best thing we did in Durban- such a hidden gem. We arrived at the museum without an appointment and Pumzile kindly took us on a tour. The museum hosts a large collection of Zulu items and we learnt so much about Zulu...More