Tours | Apartheid Museum

The Apartheid museum was opened in 2001 and is acknowledged as the prominent museum in the world dealing with 20th Century South Africa at the heart of which is the apartheid story. The museum is Johannesburg’s leading tourist attraction an obligatory stop for visitors and residents alike. The Apartheid museum is situated just near to the Gold Reef City, five kilometers south of the City Center.

The museum gives an unbiased account of South’s history over the past century, eloquently highlighting South Africa’s social and racial dynamics and celebrating democracy.


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