The Apartheid Museum was opened in 2001 and features 22 individual exhibitions illustrating the rise and fall of Apartheid. Considered the leading museum in Apartheid history and 20th century South Africa, the Apartheid Museum was designed and assembled by curators, film makers, historians and designers.
The exhibitions include photographs, film footage, and artefacts documenting the struggle and its heroes including Nelson Mandela.
The museum is open from Tuesday to Sunday from 09:00 to 17:00. The cost is R85 per adult and R65 for pensioners, students, and children, and R35 for learners.