District Six Museum

Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa

About District Six Museum

The District Six Museum in Cape Town, South Africa is a museum which serves as an apt memorial to and celebration of District Six, immersing visitors in the lives of its previous inhabitants.

District Six was a thriving community destroyed during the Apartheid. For more information, see the District Six entry. The District Six Museum also offers guided tours of District Six, but these must be booked in advance.

Other exhibitions are located at the District Six Museum Homecoming Centre (see the local amenities section for the address), specifically sports exhibitions on local and international football focusing on apartheid and its effects on the sport and the lives of the people that played the beautiful game.

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