Soweto and Apartheid Museum Tour


Discount price is R345 for 2 or more people

Single Price: R1995

Shared Price: R1650


Spend a time absorbing “kasi” life in Soweto before heading to the famous Apartheid Museum.

By visiting famous areas and viewing historic sites, Stephenson Adventures immerses you in the culture of Soweto – South Africa’s largest township. End off the day watching the rise and fall of apartheid at the Apartheid Museum, where you’ll experience the highs and lows of segregation and liberation.

A full day tour that you can proudly tick off your bucket list!


  • Hotel pick-up and drop-off
  • Pre-departure tour briefing
  • Air-conditioned vehicle
  • Personal driver-guide
  • Bottled water
  • All entrance fees
  • Flexible start time and tour duration

Tour Starts: Flexible

Duration: Flexible


Upon collection from your hotel, you will receive a pre-departure briefing from your personal tour guide before departing for Soweto.

We take a turn past FNB Stadium which hosted the opening and closing ceremonies of the 2010 FIFA Soccer World Cup before our first Soweto stop, Diepkloof.  A large township zone that was established in 1959 as part of the government’s efforts to segregate the population. We drive past Chris Hani Baragwanath hospital – the third largest hospital in the world – before we get a view of the vividly decorated Soweto Towers.  Originally part of an old power station, the towers are now a site for adrenaline seekers with bungee jumping among some of the activities now on offer.

A city of stark contrasts, we stop at the upper class Maponya Mall before getting to understand the daily life of a squatter camp dweller as we spend some time with a local resident at their home. Our next stop is the cavernous Regina Mundi Church – the largest Roman Catholic church in South Africa. From here, we celebrate the lives of iconic struggle heroes with a visit to famous Vilakazi Street, where both Nelson Mandela and Archbishop Desmond Tutu had residences. Our final Soweto stop is the Hector Pieterson Memorial and Museum – the subject of the now famous heart-breaking photograph taken during the 1976 student riots.

You end the day off with a visit to the mind-blowing Apartheid Museum where you will trace South Africa’s tumultuous recent history, from segregation and struggle to liberation and democracy.

Your guide will return you to your hotel at the end of the tour.

  • FNB Stadium
  • Diepkloof
  • Chris Hani Baragwanath hospital
  • Orlando Towers
  • Maponya Mall
  • Squatter camp tour
  • Regina Mundi Church
  • Vilakazi Street
  • Nelson Mandela’s house
  • Desmond Tutu’s house
  • Hector Pieterson Memorial and Museum
  • Apartheid Museum

We can fetch you from your current location and take you back. (Terms and conditions apply)