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Opened in 1914, it is the oldest house museum in South Africa and houses some of the best pieces of Cape furniture, ceramics and silver in the country.

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The oldest wine estate in South Africa, established in 1685, Groot Constantia became famous throughout the world for its sweet wines. Today, set in the beautiful Constantia...

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The museum is situated in a most beautiful valley called Franschhoek (‘French Corner’), bearing many of its original French place names, and half of all visitors to the museum...

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The Nelson Mandela Museum was officially opened on 11 February 2000, to coincide with the tenth anniversary of his release from prison in 1990. Nelson Mandela insisted that the...

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Military exhibits depict the conflict between Zulu, Boer and Brit in this area of northern KwaZulu-Natal. The national coal-mining exhibits pay tribute to this unique heritage....

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Constitution Hill

Johannesburg

Nowhere can the story of South Africa’s turbulent past and its extraordinary transition to democracy be told as at Constitution Hill. This National Heritage Site has witnessed...

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Mail a card from the Post Office Tree − it’ll be stamped with a special commemorative frank from the world’s oldest post office. The campus of the Dias Museum Complex includes:...

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The Capture Site

KwaZulu-Natal

This is the site where Nelson Mandela was ‘captured’ on his return journey to Johannesburg on the R103 – the old main road – 5km from Howick on 5 August 1962. He then began...

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Based at Rand Airport in Germiston, the museum houses a fascinating collection of static aircraft including two Boeing 747s, ‘Lebombo’ which flew over Ellis Park at the 1995...

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The V&A Waterfront covers 123 hectares — that's 180 rugby fields. Grab a couple of the guides from the Information Kiosk in the Victoria Wharf Shopping Centre or the Watershed...

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The Springbok Experience is a compelling, interactive rugby museum telling South Africa’s story through the eyes of its most powerful sport. It combines iconic and historic...

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The Chavonnes Battery is a visitor attraction about the early history of Cape Town, located opposite the Robben Island ferry, perfect to visit while waiting for the ferry or...

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Built in c. 1839, Bertram House is the only remaining example of the Georgian-style red brick houses once common in Cape Town, named in memory of Ann Bertram Findlay.

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The museum showcases shipping in Cape Town, with emphasis on the Union-Castle Line. A key part of this resource centre is the archive of photographs, records and books.

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Rust en Vreugd was built as a home for a high-ranking official of the VOC around 1777-1778. Today it houses the William Fehr Collection of artworks on paper.

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In 2014 a new memorial acre and a Garden of Hope dedicated to the class of 1976 was unveiled. The June 16 Memorial Acre is a building that houses images, artefacts and a June...

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SAB World of Beer

Johannesburg

The SAB World of Beer tour is a symphony of craftsmanship and taste. In an ancient Egyptian tomb, 3D technology reveals the age-old secrets of brewing. Amid the catacombs of...

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The museum depicts the West Coast fishing history and the local history of Velddrif and its environs. The exhibitions consist of fishing artifacts, from whaling to present day...

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West Coast Fossil Park

Cape West Coast

The Park promotes earth history tourism through fossils. The main attraction is an excavation site that has uncovered 5 million year old fossils. Enjoy guided tours, the...

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Madiba's Journey

South Africa

Creates an unforgettable itinerary to journey through South Africa celebrating the life and times of this great man. Visit Madiba-inspired tourist attractions and plan your...

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