Museums in Johannesburg

Adler Museum of the History of Medicine
The Museum is situated in the grounds of the South African Institute for Medical Research, in Hillbrow. The Adler Museum houses stimulating exhibits - a pharmacy, doctor's surgery, dental museum, hospital, optometry, video room, coach house and authentic reconstruction of an African Herbalist Shop.

Apartheid Museum
The Apartheid Museum tells a story of the triumph of the human of the human spirit over adversity and oppression. The museum has been conceptualized by a multi-disciplinary team of curators, film-makers, historians and designers.

Hector Pietersen Memorial Museum
The museum is intrinsically linked to the origins of the Soweto Uprisings and its aftermath. By 10:30am on 16 June 1976, thousands of students had gathered in Orlando West around Vilakazi Street and the precinct where the Hector Pieterson Museum is presently located to begin a protest march against the imposition of the Afrikaans language as the medium of instruction in Soweto’s schools.

Nelson Mandela Museum House
This is one of the biggest attractions in Gauteng,The house has been preserved the same state it was when the Mandelas lived in it in the 1960’s.Visitors to the Museum in the past include international tourists, heads of state and local residents keen to learn about the great man.

South African Museum of Military History
The magnificent collection of aircrafts, armored vehicles, artillery, small arms, medals and uniforms some of which are the last of their kind in the world. The museum includes an extensive research library and archives.

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