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Johannesburg, Soweto & Apartheid Museum Full Day

Johannesburg, South Africa (0)
from/per person 1,190.00
  • Tours in Johannesburg


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Discover in one day Johannesburg, Soweto & the Apartheid Museum

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Take a trip combining a Johannesburg city orientation tour and a visit to the Apartheid Museum. The Apartheid Museum is dedicated to recounting the history of the rise and fall of Apartheid in the 20th century, it is an experience that will stay with you forever and show you how far South Africa has come as well as the direction the country is working towards: a better future for all. (Closed Mondays)

So as you understood in half a day you will have the chance to visit the city of Johannesburg and the Apartheid Museum. First of all, Johannesburg is the largest city in South Africa. Between its business district, its more artistic and creative neighborhoods, its activities and attractions and finally its safaris nearby. Also this city gives the opportunity to look into the history of the country. It is the city that you cannot miss in South Africa. City that welcomed Nelson Mandela, follow this great man’s footsteps who marked the history of South Africa. 

The Apartheid Museum:

First of all, The apartheid museum is one of the largest and most important museums in the country. He will of course explain the progress and evolution of apartheid and its events. Relive this landmark period in the history of the country and go back 30 years ago. Furthermore the museum dedicates essentially to the dementia that was apartheid, a system based on racial segregation for the benefit of a minority, from 1948 to 1991. This visit is trying, exciting and dense. It is a must-see in South Africa.

Also, here at the Apartheid Museum, the visitor discovers how it happened, how the terrible machine was put in place step by step. What were the consequences for the daily lives of millions of people? And how the system and violence of the years of transition were defeated. Thanks to forgiveness, embodied by Nelson Mandela.

In conclusion, if you are a fan of history or simply curious, this tour is for you. 

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Daily Departures:

Depart: 08:30 – 09:00
Return: 17:00


Schedule

Daily Tours - Depart: 08:30 – 09:00
Return: 17:00

 

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Apartheid Museum

    The Apartheid Museum Opened In 2001. The Museum, The First Of Its Kind, Illustrates The Rise And Fall Of Apartheid. The Museum Is A Superb Example Of Design, Space And Landscape Offering The International Community A Unique South African Experience.

  • Mandela House Museum

    Mandela House Is The House Where Nelson Mandela Lived Until He Was Forced Underground In 1961. It Is Located On The Corner Of Vilakazi And Ngakane Street. He Moved There In 1946. In 1999 It Was Declared A National Heritage Site.

  • Hector Pieterson Museum

    The Hector Pieterson Museum, Situated In Soweto, Commemorate The Role Of The Country’s Students In The Struggle Against Apartheid. The Commemorative Site Is Just A Few Blocks From Where 12-Year-Old Hector Pieterson Was Shot In 1976.

  • Freedom Square

    On 26 June 1955 The Congress Of The People, Consisting Of People Of All Races, Met On The Freedom Square To Draw Up The Freedom Charter. The Freedom Charter Calls For Democracy And Human Rights, Equality Of Race And Language, Land Reform, Labour Rights, And Nationalization.

  • Regina Mundi Church

    The Apartheid Museum Opened In 2001. The Museum, The First Of Its Kind, Illustrates The Rise And Fall Of Apartheid. The Museum Is A Superb Example Of Design, Space And Landscape Offering The International Community A Unique South African Experience.

  • Johannesburg City Orientation

    Johannesburg Is The Largest City In South Africa, By Population And Is Also Known As Jozi Or Joburg. There Are Plenty Of Historic And Attractive Sites In Joburg Like The Apartheid Museum, Constitution Hill Or The Hector Pieterson Museum.

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