I saw on a French channel a report. Escaped beautiful Cape town on my holiday I visited and was received with a smile is a very nice and warm welcome.
About District Six Museum
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A small museum with lots of reading required to understand what was happening in the Apartheid era and the clearance of this part of Cape Town for ethnically-motivated reasons in the 1960s - 1980s. Easy to see this as one instance rather than a microcosm...More
One of my favorite historical museums. Full of information, photos and stories which transport you back to district six when it was a vibrant, inclusive community. This is of course a story of displacement which happened not just in district six, but in countless places....More
Spent several hours here, so much to see and to take in. Very important for understanding the challenges and development of S A. WE found it moist informative as it takes you on a journey of understanding,but not necessarily acceptance.
The stories of District Six's settlers is on full display and inspires all who visit. The white people of Cape Town took this land away from its original citizens because it was well-situated, offering incredible views of the harbor and with Table Mountain as a...More
Taking a guided tour was worth it. Our guide, who lived through the times of apartheid shared so many memories from that time, which could not be found in any history book. This is a museum filled with details and memories from a time in...More
We felt like there was a lot to read here and not enough time - could have done with Audio tour typed things, but very interesting and fascinating nonetheless!
Apartheid History most never heard about. This small yet very creatively curated museum tells of how so many 'colored' families were forcible and legally (by Apartheid rules) removed from their homes/neighborhood - District 6. These families were relocated to townships far away from Cape Town,...More
Very interesting insight into the history of the local people. Sad stories but they must be told. Gives local and foreigners a view of SA history
This museum tells the story of Cape Town's people with all of the good, bad and ugly over years. It is definitely a place to stop in and read the stories, see the pictures and hurt for those that lost hope in the midst of...More