Mandela House Museum, Soweto
Mandela House Museum, Soweto - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: 8115 Orlando West, Soweto 1804, Johannesburg, South Africa
Ticket Price: 40 ZAR
Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
Timings: 09:00 am - 04:45 pm Details
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About Mandela House Museum, Soweto
Also known as Mandela Family Museum, it used to be the residence of former South African President Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela and his family. This little humble house has now been turned into a world-class attraction by the Soweto Heritage Trust for the visitors who are keen to learn about the historical facts and the legacy of this great personality.
At present, this house museum comprises of four interleading rooms that houses memorabilia, photographs and paintings of Mr. Mandela and his family and honorary doctorates donated to him by universities and institutions from all around the world.
Take a tour into this historical museum for a meaningful experience.
Mandela House Museum Information
- Residents of Greater Soweto are entitled to half price admission on presentation of a valid proof of residence.
- Maximum 20 people group are allowed for the visit.
- The house is accessible for wheelchair confined individuals.
Mandela House Museum Ticket Prices
- For Adult: RAND 40 (African Union), RAND 60 (International)
- For Pensioner: RAND 20 (African Union)
- Children (over 6 years): RAND 20
- Students (Subjects to proof valid student card): RAND 20
- School groups (Learners and Educators) and Children (under 6): RAND 5
Mandela House Museum Opening and Closing Hours
- The house is closed on Good Friday.
How To reach Mandela House Museum by Public Transport
- By Car
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Not much to see here. Most of the articles are in the Apartheid Museum. The tour to Soweto slums us much better.
It's well worth to visit the previous home of this great man but the tour very much depends on the guide and there are big differences.
A wonderful experience of being in the home that one of our most famous sons of the soil lived in. A truly humbling experience to have spent time in the yard that our first democratically elected president, Nelson Mandela, lived in before he was imprisoned. Highly recommended for everyone that can get there to actually visit.
Loved visiting the house of an Icon.What I loved more is the VIBE on Vilakazi Street.A must see and definately revisiting soon
My kids enjoyed listening to Mam Winnie's voice as well as Zinzi Mandela's recorded voice and just learning about Mandela's life. The life that is not in school textbooks