KwaZulu Natal Museums

Known as the Kingdom of the Zulu, KwaZulu Natal is a melting pot of African, European and Indian cultures. Show on Map

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View the Campbell Collections

Where? Greyville
The Campbell Collections are an internationally acclaimed collection of rare archival material concerning regional collection and history. The collection comprises the Killie Campbell Africana Library, Mashu ...

Minerva Museum and Private Nature Reserve

Where? Richmond
The Minerva Museum is a fascinating place - a treasure trove of interesting odds and ends! From an iron lung to a potato sorter, an aeroplane engine to a candy floss machine, the museum is home to all sorts of ...

Rorke's Drift Orientation Centre

Where? Rorkes Drift
In the midst of the spectacular Drakensberg Mountain Range, the Rorke’s Drift Orientation Centre reveals insights, even secrets, about the beauty and history that surrounds it. This centre is designed to ...

Macrorie House Museum

Where? Pietermaritzburg
Pietermaritzburg is filled with beautiful, old houses but Macrorie House is the only early to mid-Victorian double-storey house open to the public. It is both a national monument and a heritage site. Built ...

Whaling Museum

Where? Bluff
A whale eardrum is one of several interesting artefacts on display at the new whaling museum opened by Bluff local, Dave Nielsen, who has decided to share the memorabilia he has kept from his father's heyday ...

Voortrekker - Msunduzi Museum

Where? Pietermaritzburg
Voortrekkers is Afrikaans/Dutch for pioneers but literally means 'those who trek ahead'. The Great Trek (Die Groot Trek) refers to a number of mass movements of these five groups of local Afrikaans pioneers ...

Old Court House Museum

Where? Durban Central
Durban's Old Court House Museum pays delightful homage to the heritage of Durban. This city is the capital of KwaZulu-Natal Province and home to the King Shaka International Airport, making it one of South ...

Moth Museum of Militaria

Where? Durban Central
Warriors Gate MOTH Museum of Militaria: The museum was started by World War 1 veterans and is now the international headquarters of the MOTHS organisation. The museum houses a superb collection of medals, ...

Durban Cultural and Documentation Centre

Where? Durban Central
Visit the Durban Cultural and Documentation Centre - This centre, on the corner of Epsom Road and Derby Street documents the fascinating history of Durban’s Indian community. You can find information on ...

Old House Museum

Where? Durban Central
The Old House Museum is housed in an authentic old house typical of the Colonial era. Set on park-like grounds this veranda home's replica architecture is historically notable. Built by the Durban City ...

Join a Whaling History Tour

Where? Bluff
Explore another side of Durban’s fascinating history on a whaling tour. The whaling history of Durban started in 1907 when the Norwegian Consol in Durban raised money to start an operation. The operation ...

Geology Education Museum

Where? Durban
The museum provides a series of displays pertaining to the high school geography syllabus, ranging from a basic introduction to minerals and rocks, to the fields of Economic and Structural Geology and ...

The Winterton Museum

Where? Winterton
Winterton is a little town found on the banks of the Tugela River in the foothills of the Drakensberg. Close to the Second Boer War battle sites of the Battle of Vaal Krantz and Spioenkop, it is often passed ...

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