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Bo-Kaap Museum

Museums

Through the years the Bo-Kaap has been known by many names, ranging from Malay Quarter and Slamse Buurt (Islamic neighbourhood) through to Schotcheskloof...

71 Wale Street

Cape Town Holocaust Centre

Critics' choice
Museums

By showing us the faces of some of the six million Jews - as well as gypsies, homosexuals and others - who were murdered during the Holocaust, the Cape Town...

88 Hatfield Street
Tags: History
Free

District Six Museum

Museums

This award-winning community museum lays bare the time in South African history when the ruling government declared District Six a 'whites only' area and...

25A Buitenkant Street
Tags: History

Iziko Slave Lodge

Attractions, Museums

Completed in 1679, this building at the north-east end of the Company's Gardens was built by the Dutch East India Company to house up to 9,000 slaves,...

49 Adderley Street

Robben Island Museum

Critics' choice
Museums

A symbol both of centuries of cruel oppression and the triumph of hope, Robben Island has become synonymous with the former leader of the free and...

Ferries depart from Nelson Mandela Gateway
Tags: History
Major venue

Simon's Town Museum

Museums

Built in 1777, the Residency has been the home of many of the town's colourful residents, ranging from postmasters to constables, crooks and ladies of ill...

The Residency, Court Road
Tags: History

South African Slave Church Museum

Museums

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...

40 Long Street
Free