Timings : Monday - Saturday: 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Entry Fee : Adult: ZAR 30,
Child: ZAR 15
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This wonderfully designed museum commemorates and educates the visitors about the people, culture and history of district six, which also forms an essential chapter on history of the capital.
One of the oldest settlements in Cape Town, District six is an area of a great historical significance. It displays the age old lifestyle, antiquities and culture of the locals, who proudly reside in this area. A site where the locals were forced to move to during Apartheid times, the museum displays the conditions and the major events that led to the discrimination. The museum forms a great chapter in telling about the Apartheid and the difficult turn of events. The locals reminisce about the stories of the displaced citizens and educates travellers about how they achieved social justice. It holds a special place for every native, which also touches the hearts of the visitors.
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