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Very interesting and informative. Some evocative photos and excellent art works painted on floors, walls and ceilings. Contributions from people who lived in the area at key points in history gave a real human touch. Helpful and courteous staff.
You should Make time for a short visit to this museum. Its showing the history of the South End ethnic history in the 1950, and the Apartheid. Displays could be better, but museum is runned with funds. Please donate before leaving.
I like to visit the South End Museum at least once a year as there is always something new to discover while walking through. That's why I always send the Amazing Race activities I organise for fundraisers to go there to find answers. The museum...More
This is not a large or complex museum but the story it tells is a piece of history everyone should know so it never happens again. It also helps to understand South Africa as it is today. Commencing with a short video interviewing people impacted...More
For me, this was a trip down memory lane since I was born and raised in South End. It was both uplifting and heartbreaking to see what could have been. We had lived among various races and never even thought that we were doing anything...More
This is a wonderful outing to get an idea of what South End which within itself should be a National Monument was.
An amazing area where people of all races lived in harmony before the cruel apartheid government split them all up and ruined their...More
This is a museum not only for tourists but also for South Africans. We were fortunate to get a guided tour by the Museum Director. After the walking tour, we spent time also in the museum. They were reopening from a renovation recently done. We...More
THis museum has extensive pictures of before, during and after the forced relocations.
They are missing the overall information to put it in context. To a visitor to South Africa, who knows a little about apartheid, it would have been to nice to see a...More