Apartheid Museum
The Apartheid Museum located in Ormonde Johannesburg opened in 2001
and is acknowledged as the pre-eminent museum in the world dealing with
20th century South African history, at the heart of which is the apartheid story.

Address: Northern Parkway, Ormonde, Johannesburg South

Contact: 011 309 4700

website: www.apartheidmuseum.org.za

Museum Africa
Museum Africa - an exciting,fascinating journey of discovery - rather, rediscovery
- of the African continent's glorious ancient past. Join us as we embark on this
long-awaited journey whose destination is not so much Africa as we would like it
to be, but Africa as it was and prospered before foreign domination.

Address: 121 Bree Street, Johannesburg

Contact: 011 833 5624

 
Hector Pieterson Museum
The Hector Pieterson Memorial and museum opened in Soweto in 2002, not far
from the spot where 12 year old Hector was shot on 16 June 1976 during the
Soweto uprising that today is a symbol of resistance to the brutality of the
apartheid government.

Address: Cnr Khumalo and Peta Street, Orlando West, Soweto

Contact: 011 536 2253

Walter Sisulu Square
Walter Sisulu Square in the heart of Kliptown, Soweto, is South Africa's first township
entertainment explosion center, the very first of its kind eMzansi, attracting both national
and international attention with its broad variety of outlets suitable for local traders, event
coordinators and international tourists. The Square embraces a unique historical back
ground, South African culture at its best, mingled up with modern urbanization, trend
setting what South Africa is best known for its diverse cultures and way of life, a total
fascination of the outside world and those abroad.

Address: Cnr Kliptown Valley Road and Union Road Kliptown, Soweto

Contact: 011 945 2200

 

James Hall Museum of Transport

Address: Wemmer Pan, Rosettenville Road, Pioneers Park, Johannesburg South, South Africa

Contact: Peter Hall, 011 435 9485, 082 464 9629

Email: peterh@joburg.org.za