Johannesburg City Sightseeing

Johannesburg City Sightseeing takes the route that offers locals and tourists alike the opportunity to explore the vibrant city - visiting and many attractions on offer and sampling the sights, sounds, colours, cultures and rich heritage synonymous with Joburg.
Like all City Sightseeing tours around the world, the Johannesburg service operates on the internationally renowned and popular Hop-On; Hop-Off basis. This allows tourists and locals the chance 
to get off the bus at any of the designated stops along the route and get back on to a later bus at their leisure. City Sightseeing tour starts either at the Gautrain Station at Park Station (Bus Stop 1) or Gold Reef City (Bus Stop 6)

Apartheid Museum

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The Apartheid Museum best reflects the sordid history of South Africa's apartheid days. Under the able guidance of Nelson Mandela, the country has strongly braved the rough weathers of racial discrimination, and this museum stands as a reminder of those horrifying stories and experiences. Photographs, film footage and artefacts displayed in the 22 exhibition areas will take one through an epic journey of a nation's struggle for the sake of humanity.

The first of its kind, illustrates the rise and fall of apartheid. It is a beacon of hope showing the world how South Africa is coming to terms with its oppressive past and working towards a future that every race can call their own. When visiting the Apartheids Museum, embark on a journey of discovery of the racial segregation experienced by millions through a dramatic emotional journey that tells a story of a state-sanctioned system base on racial discrimination and the struggle of the majority to overthrow this tyranny.

For anyone wanting to understand and experience what apartheid South Africa was really like, We would provide you with this opportunity after the conference to visit the Apartheid Museum Which we strongly believe is essential. The museum also features footage of former president Nelson Mandela’s interview with the BBC while in hiding from the authorities in 1961, as well as of apartheid architect Hendrik Verwoerd justifying racial segregation.