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South African National Gallery

Opposite the South African Museum you’ll find the South African National Gallery. This museum houses amazing art collections from countries such as South Africa, the United Kingdom, France, The Netherlands and Belgium. The institute’s collection cons...

The South African Jewish Museum

As its name indicates, the Jewish faith is what the South African Jewish Museum is all about. The museum is situated in a beautiful building in the centre of Cape Town. This interactive and multimedia museum makes use of a great number of television...

District Six

Cape Town’s District Six was a community that was made up of former slaves, artisans, merchants and artists. At the turn of the century, it was decided that the area was to be renovated. However, around 1950 it became more and more apparent that this...

Robbeneiland

Robben Island symbolises South Africa’s darkest days. During the period in which the system of apartheid existed, Robben Island was used for the isolation of mainly political prisoners. One of them being Nelson Mandela who spent 18 years of his life...

Bo-Kaap Museum

The Bo-Kaap Museum tells the story of the neighbourhood of the same name. Through the ages, Bo-Kaap was home to a great many people from different backgrounds, practising different religions. However, it is the Muslim community that has largely influ...

A city trip to Cape Town - Tips in this city guide

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