South African Slave Church Museum


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Founded by a certain Reverend Vos in 1799, the South African Missionary Society was formed in an effort to convert slaves to Christianity, and this inconspicuous structure in Long Street was built in 1804 as the first official slave church in the country. Today it houses a tiny museum depicting the history of South African missionary work.

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South African Slave Church Museum details

40 Long Street

Area Cape Town

Telephone 21 423 6755

Open 9am-4pm Mon-Fri; 9am-noon daily during school holidays.

Admission free.

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