Apartheid Museum & Soweto Tour

Apartheid Museum & Soweto Tour

This tour combines two of Johannesburg’s most popular attractions to provide the visitor with an opportunity to take a closer look at South Africa’s turbulent past. We first travel across Johannesburg to the south of the city to visit the Apartheid Museum, which opened its doors in 2002. Here visitors embark on a historical voyage of discovery, a personal exploration of the past that examines the story of apartheid right up to the first democratic elections held in 1994. The tour of the museum lasts approximately two hours. We then continue to Soweto (SOuth WEstern TOwnship), largest black residential area in South Africa, where we see a fascinating contrast to Rosebank and Sandton in the north. This sprawling “city within a city” is home to approximately 2-million people, many of whom work in various parts of the greater metropolitan area of the Witwatersrand. Our tour route takes you to all the major points of interest, such as Chris Hani Baragwanath Hospital, Baragwanath taxi rank, Freedom Square, Hector Pieterson Memorial and Nelson Mandela’s former home.

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