Situated within the Gold Reef City complex, the Apartheid Museum was opened in November 2001 to tell the untold stories of the 20th century apartheid regime.
This museum takes visitors into the rise and fall of apartheid in South Africa. The historical events are exhibited in the form of film footage, photographs, text panel and artefacts.
These exhibits take the visitor through a dramatic emotional journey that tells a story of racial segregation to the overthrowing of this tyranny.
Apartheid Museum is a ray of hope showing how South Africa has come a long way from an ashy past to a future that everyone will be proud of. This tour is worth taking if you are keen on learning all you can about South African history.