The Apartheid Museum
The Apartheid Museum opened in 2001 and is acknowledged as the pre-eminent museum in the world dealing with 20th century South Africa, at the heart of which is the apartheid story.
Physical Address: Northern Parkway & Gold Reef Road, Ormonde, Johannesburg, South Africa
Opening Hours: Daily: 10h00-17h00
Admission: Adults – R80.00, Pensioners, students & children: R65.00
Guided tours: An additional R5.00 per person must be booked in advance.
School groups: R35.00 per learner and R40.00 per educator. School bookings should be made at least four to six weeks in advance.
*Note: Due to the graphic nature of the Museum’s content, it is not deemed suitable to be viewed by children under the age of 11.
Soccer City / FNB Stadium
Soccer City Stadium is earmarked to host both the opening and final matches of the 2010 Soccer World Cup. Built in 1987, Soccer City in Johannesburg has played host to some of the most memorable matches in South Africa’s soccer history. Soccer City has been enlarged to a seat 94 700 for soccer’s showcase event. Some significant changes were made to the original two-tiered bowl for the World Cup: the upper tier was extended around the stadium, while an encircling roof was added.
Gold Reef City
Just 8 kilometres from the centre of Johannesburg lies the world famous yet uniquely South African Gold Reef City. With its magnificent theme park offering the widest range of features and attractions in Africa and the exhilarating Casino complex, alive with the excitement, buzz and energy of Jozi.
Thaba Ya Batswana
The Thaba Ya Batswana hotel offers guests the opportunity to unwind and experience nature in a tranquil environment. Put your feet up in our spacious suites and take time to appreciate the flora on our meditation trail. We encourage you to enjoy the various suites on offer all designed to give you an unforgettable retreat from the urban rush.
- Telkom Direct
- Bidvest bank
- Forex at the Banks
- Flight Centre