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The Apartheid Museum
Graphically explaining the apartheid story, the Apartheid Museum offers the history buffs with apartheid artifacts, film footage, photos, personal accounts, and newspaper clippings. This museum takes the guests on an emotional expedition through the history of the nation. This exploration includes learning about the country through decades of oppression to the advent of democracy.
Golf Reef City
Located about eight kilometers away from the city center, Golf Reef City takes the tourists back to the gold rush days through an assortment of interesting theme parks and historical exhibits. It is an excellent place to visit with family and also includes shops, houses, the Royal Theater, a Chinese laundry, a hotel, and Johannesburg's first stock exchange.
A former prison that overlooks the city, the Constitution Hill offers deep insight to the history of South Africa. Here, visitors can explore exhibits at the Women's Gaol Museum, the Number Four Museum, and the Old Fort Museum. The precinct formed by these museum, altogether, once known as 'The Fort'. Constitution Hill forged a reputation for its cruel treatment of common criminals, political prisoners, and passive resistors. The well-known names among prisoners include Mahatma Gandhi and Nelson Mandela.
Wits Art Museum
Opened in 2012, Wits Art Museum is a museum boasting a wide range of African art with loads of works from South Africa as well as Central and West Africa. This museum is a part of the Wits University Cultural Precinct. Visitors can also see frequent temporary exhibitions in the museum infusing novelty to the exhibits in this contemporary light-filled area.