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This was an amazing end to a combination tour of the Sterkfontein Caves and Maropeng Centre. The exhibition at the caves would have been better suited here and compliment the visitors centre.
Nevertheless, it is still an really great visit!
We visited this on our 30 day tour of the area. It's not something we would normally do, but it wasn't expensive.
It's interesting to read about the fossil discovery and how we as humans developed. It is certainly somewhere I would take children, as...More
It is more like a theme park therefore it is the perfect place to come with kids for stimulating their curiosity for the sciences.
For the adults, you will find new perspectives on known things. Besides you will see the recently discovered bones of a...More
we had such an awesome day out. my millennial daughter had all the photo ops she could wish for, and my 12 year old son had a blast with all the interesting exhibitions.
love that it is interactive!!
this is definitely, a day out i...More
We really enjoyed our time at the Maropeng Visitor centre. The exhibits were interactive and very interesting! I am a huge natural history buff and really enjoyed the information that was presented. I also was in awe of the discovery of specimens of Homo naledi,...More
This museum is quite excellent and most innovative in its approach to the beginnings of humankind. It is interactive but also has a great deal to read and absorb. I would recommend that one plan at least 1.5-2 hours to enjoy the museum and grounds.
Maropeng Visitor Center is where we began our visit. The visit looked promising as we entered through an entrance in the shape of a tumulus. There were few displays of some of the early human fossils on display along with explanations on theories (deliberate disposal...More