National Cultural History Museum
Opposite City Hall, this grand museum is a good place to go if you’re interested in natural history. Outside the building are the...
In 1886 a splendid mansion was built for George Heys opposite Burgers Park. Today Melrose House is a national monument, and an...
Siyazakha Travel & Tours
Takes tours around Pretoria and Gauteng, including the Cullinan Diamond Mine and the De Wildt Cheetah Research Centre. It also offers a...
Designed by Hans and Roelf Botha, this theatre complex hosts productions (including opera, music, ballet and theatre) in its five...
Based in the beautiful former Capitol Theatre next door to the Tshwane Cultural Centre, and decorated with quirky curios, this place...
National Cultural History Museum information
Concentrating on the cultural history of South Africa, the National Cultural History Museum is dedicated to preserving the country’s cultural heritage. It features exhibitions on San rock art, Iron Age figurines from Limpopo and a small gallery of contemporary South African works, among others. At the time of writing the museum was developing new exhibits, including an exhibition on Tshwane.