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The story of South Africa is filled with great historic events – some good, some bad, but all of it is worth knowing to fully understand the cultural diversity that makes South Africans so unique. Visit museums and galleries, go on township tours, or have lunch at the famous Mzolis.

  • Heart of Cape Town museum, Cape Town

    Heart of Cape Town museum, Cape Town
    The site of the world's first heart transplant performed by Chris Barnard on 3rd Dec. 1967 on Louis Washkansky. Experience all the drama in the actual, fully equipped operating theatres used that night.

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  • South African Jewish Museum, Cape Town

    South African Jewish Museum, Cape Town

    Situated in the "Museum Mile" in central Cape Town, the South African Jewish Museum offers visitors a truly unique experience with its bold architectural design, interactive multi-media displays and engaging accounts of South African Jewish history.

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  • World Of Birds, Cape Town

    World Of Birds, Cape Town
    World of Birds is the largest bird park in Africa and one of the few large bird parks in the World.Over 3 000 birds (and small animals) of 400 different species are uniquely presented in more than 100 spacious landscaped walk through aviaries, allowing you the most intimate closeness with nature. A tropical garden setting in the Hout Bay Valley is the environment in whi...

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  • Bo-Kaap museum, Cape Town

    Bo-Kaap museum, Cape Town
    The Bo-Kaap Museum, situated in the historic area that became home to many Muslims and freed slaves after the abolition of slavery, showcases local Islamic culture and heritage. The Bo-Kaap itself is well worth a visit. Colourful houses, steep cobbled streets, the muezzin’s calls to prayer, and children traditionally dressed for Madrassa...

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  • Koopmans-De Wet House, Cape Town

    Koopmans-De Wet House, Cape Town
    The Koopmans-De Wet House in Cape Town is, as far as is known, the first private townhouse in South Africa to be opened to the public. The house was opened as a museum on 10 March 1914.Dating from the early eighteenth century, this museum is furnished as a lived-in house of the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries. It has a superb colle...

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  • Castle of Good Hope, Cape Town

    Castle of Good Hope, Cape Town

    Guided tours are conducted by Castle guides from Monday to Saturday at 11:00, 12:00 and 14:00.
    We also offer self-guided tours by means of a map in seven (7) different languages.

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