Johannesburg, South Africa

Soweto and Apartheid Museum

with Agnes P.

Agnes P.

An inspirational and poignant look into the history of apartheid, the process of change, and the building of a brighter future.
We'll explore the various suburbs of Soweto, such as the sites, sounds and "smells" of the shops in Baragwanath, Orlando home to many political giants and Kliptown where the freedom charter was signed. We'll meet the youth of the Kliptown Youth Programme and admire African art, culture and folklore at the Credo Mutwa Cultural Village.Vilakazi Street is the only street in the world where two Nobel Peace prize-winners lived. Here we will visit the Nelson Mandela house museum and view Winnie Mandela's house.
At the Apartheids Museum we embark on a discovery of the racial segregation experienced by millions of South Africans a mere decade ago. Upon entering the building you are racially classified and will witness this segregation in all forms of life. The museum's descriptive displays teach about the Soweto up-rising, ANC in exile, petty apartheid, solitary con

Price includes entrance fees, guide and transportation

Price per person:
$160 for 1 person
$135 2-4 person
$125 for 5 or more persons

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Agnes P.

My love of culture led me to study history, political science and business development. I've gained guiding certification around South Africa and specialize in tours of Pretoria and Soweto. Full profile Leave a Review


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