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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Phoenix Settlement

Where? Durban Central
The Phoenix settlement (A South African Heritage site) was established in 1904 and the Sarvodaya house was built for Gandhi and his family. During the Inanda Riots in 1985 the house was burnt down and what you ...

Old Fort

Where? Durban Central
EThekwini, more commonly known as Durban, is the capital city of the province of KwaZulu-Natal in South Africa, and has a host of incredible sites to explore and things to do. In addition to its commercial and ...

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 ...

Newcastle Armoury

Where? Newcastle
Newcastle made the decision to build an Armoury during the 1870’s when there was a threat of war against Zululand. The Armoury was built and provided a home for local volunteers and those in service. It is ...

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, ...

Visit Time Warp Surf Museum

Where? Durban
Warm water, an eternal summer, lifeguards and shark nets mean that surf is always up on one of the six main beaches of Durban. Home to international surfing competitions where the world pros handle local tides ...

Didima Rock Art Centre

Where? Drakensberg
'The Khoi San, once known as Bushmen, were an indigenous people that inhabited South Africa’s deserts, plains and mountains, living off the bounteous produce of the land. These ones left behind them clues and ...

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 ...

San Art Interpretive Centre

Where? Winterton
In 2003 the San Art Interpretive centre was opened in Didima in the Cathedral Peak Valley. Here you can learn more about the San people, their art and culture. The centre is decorated to represent a cave, a ...

Visit the Natal Sharks Board

Where? Umhlanga
The heart, red and bloody, pounds across the sterile table causing yours to hit hard against your chest. Your eyes sparkle with adrenalin as you make out your own silhouette in the glazed eye of the predator. ...

Luthuli Museum

Where? Stanger
The Luthuli Museum is one of the many tributes to those who fought for the freedom and peace of a nation, risking their lives and reputations. They had as their vision a country in which citizens of all ...

Baynesfield Estate Museum

Where? Richmond
The Baynesfield Estate Museum is made up of a few different sites, giving you a look at the life of Yorkshire born Joseph Bayne who was a Byrne Settler and who founded the Baynesfield Estate museum. During his ...

KwaMuhle Museum

Where? Durban
Apartheid was a South African political regime that was based on discrimination, and was in effect from 1948 to 1994. It was a painful time for South Africa and its people, but it also played a major role in ...

Addington Centenary Museum

Where? Durban Beachfront
In 1879, Addington Hospital, named after Rt. Hon. Henry Addington (Prime Minister of Great Britain, 1801) was built across the beach from the Indian Ocean of KwaZulu Natal. In its centenary year Addington ...

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 ...

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