Jo'burg & Apartheid Museum
The Apartheid Museum allows visitors to experience the racial segregation that occurred during Apartheid by separating them by racial appearance. It opened in 2001 and has been acknowledged as the pre-eminent museum dealing with 20th century South Africa, at the heart of which is the apartheid story.
We then continue to see the Mandela’s bridge followed by some local street arts that are found in this district. We visit a local restaurant for our lunch that will be at your own expense. Here we start our walk in front of the Chancellor’s house where Nelson Mandela and Walter Sisulu opened a thriving legal practice that fought apartheid’s restrictions on black life and defended black clients who had been accused of breaking apartheid’s cruel and petty laws.
We continue a moderate walk in Johannesburg inner city to find the most iconic and historical buildings like the Rand Club, City Hall, the old Post office, Supreme Court, old Stock Exchange, and the Magistrate Court. During our walk you can appreciate some local art and some old machinery that was used during the mining times.
Roof of Africa:
Built in the 1970s, the hulking 223-meter colossus that is the Carlton Center is still Africa’s tallest skyscraper. With its 360-degree viewing level, is a great place to get perspective on the city’s incredible scale and many neighborhoods.
Included & Not Included
- A small bottle of water per person
- All entry fees to the museums
- Vehicle, toll gates and fuel
- Professional guide (either Spanish, French or English speaking)
- Pick up and drop off at hotel
Tour do not include:
- Optional visits
- Drinks during lunch and during the tour
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