Gauteng Museums

The smallest of South Africa's 9 provinces, Gauteng is the commercial and industrial powerhouse of the country. Show on Map

Destinations in Gauteng


Department of Historical Papers

Where? Johannesburg
The Department of Historical Papers was established in 1966 and is located in the William Cullen Library of the University of the Witwatersrand. Historical Papers is one of the largest and most comprehensive ...

Visit Museum Africa

Where? Newtown
Museum Africa is a journey back into the glory years of the Africa continent’s past, when the first civilisations thrived. The journey through Africa’s history visits places like Kemet, now known as Egypt, ...

Visit Liliesleaf in Rivonia

Where? Rivonia
Liliesleaf is an interactive and historical experience situated in the leafy suburb of Rivonia. The Liliesleaf farm was key to the political and military policies and strategies of the ANC during Apartheid. ...

'Meet' Danie Theron

Where? Groenkoof
Danie Theron (1872 - 1900) was a hero of the Anglo-Boer War. A scouting chief, he was named by Lord Charles of the opposing British side as 'the hardest thorn in the flesh of British advance'. He now takes a ...

Explore the Museum of Military History

Where? Saxonwold
Visit the Museum of Military History in Saxonwold. Although relics of war are not everyone’s cup of tea, this museum is very popular. Besides examples of tanks and aircrafts (a Messerschmitt Me-262 jet is ...

Visit Smuts House Museum

Where? Irene
As the original home of General Jan Christian Smuts and his family, this museum is an important part of the South African heritage. Smuts, also known as Oubaas (‘old boss’ in Afrikaans), was a general (on the ...

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