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Slave Lodge Museum

The Slave Lodge is one of the oldest buildings in Cape Town. It is destined to become a permanent museum of slavery focussing on family roots, ancestry and the peopling of South Africa. The aim is to...
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Kenya National Museum (Nairobi Museum)

Established in 1930 in honour of former Kenyan governor Sir Robert Coryndon, a keen natural historian, Kenya’s largest museum is home to important collections of hominid fossils and cultural art...
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Simon's Town Museum

Established in 1977, the museum is concerned with the cultural history of the people of Simon's Town and their connections with the Dutch East India Company and the Royal Navy. Since 1982, the collect...
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South African Maritime Museum

Established in 1990, the museum contains exhibitions showing aspects of whaling, shipwrecks, Union Castle Liners and the history of Table Bay Harbour. There is also a large ship-model collection, as w...
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South African Museum

Founded in 1825 and housing more than 1.5 million specimens of scientific importance, the museum has collections ranging from fossils dating back almost 700 million years to insects and fish caught la...
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Planetarium

Housed in the South African Museum building, the Planetarium is a celestial theatre in the round, utilizing the complex Minolta star machine and multiple projectors to transport the audience through t...
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Natale Labia Museum

Presented to the South African National Gallery by Count Natale Labia in 1985 in memory of his parents, Prince Natale Labia (1877-1936) and Princess Ida Louise Labia (1879-1961), the Venetian-style mu...
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