10 February 2016
What better way to explore South Africa’s rich cultural history than hopping off the red bus at the SA Jewish Museum?
The museum is a tribute to one of the great Jewish communities of the apartheid era.
Visitors to the museum (stop 16) are in for a historical and multimedia journey through time as they learn why a Jewish muesum was erected in the Cape, trace and explore Jewish family history, and explore the scaled-down rendition of Lithuania.
Guests can view paintings on display in honour of those who fought tirelessly against apartheid, such as Nelson Mandela and human-rights activist Helen Suzman. The award-winning documentary Nelson Mandela: A Righteous Man is screened in the museum daily.
Watch a video about the museum here:
How to get there:
Book a Red City Tour ticket online.
Do the Red City Tour first to Table Mountain, and then switch to the Yellow Downtown Tour at stop 5 to check out a selection of Cape Town’s museums and cultural hot spots. The SA Jewish Museum is located at stop 16.
Click here to buy your ticket.