The Apartheid Museum is a museum that is dedicated to telling the history of apartheid in South Africa, the museum is situated in Johannesburg, South Africa. The museum opened in 2001. It allows visitors to encounter the racial segregation that happened during apartheid by sorting them by racial appearance classified by the width of the nose, the kinks in hair, skin pigmentation, and size of their lips. It also tells the history of apartheid and 20th century, South Africa.
The museum is situated just to the south of the city centre. The best way to get there if not driving yourself is to take a taxi. The alternative is to take the C1 bus to ‘Dobsonville’ and walk for 15 minutes to the museum.
Opening Times and Admission
The museum is open daily, 9am-5pm. Admission is set at 95ZAR for adults and 80ZAR for concessions.