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First saw this sculpture on TV when it opened and admired the beauty of it. Took the opportunity to visit in person last month. I’ve seen tons of photos of this; and to be fair most capture the beauty and engineering of the sculpture. What...More
My wife and visited the MAndela capture site during our visit to the Midlands. Unfortunately for us they are in the process of building a new museum and all the information is gathered in another building for viewing. All the stuff we saw and read...More
The sculpture is a truly amazing piece of work, coming into focus as you walk along the long path containing highlights of Mandela's life. Unfortunately the exhibition section is in a temporary venue, the new information centre is under construction.
I was hoping to support...More
Well worth a visit - they are busy building a new museum building which will be great once finished. The information boards in the current museum are very informative with tv clips too. Currently the exhibition is free. The standing Mandela sculpture is amazing and...More
Afternoon visit on our way back to Durban. Very informative. Would've been nice to visit the completed centre, at least it looks impressive enough to compliment the structure further away. Doesn't look like more than metal, but close up its very good. There are shops/restaurant...More
Sorry - no buss or train. If you have a limited time, or no chance to drive, stay in Johannesburg and go to the Apartheid Museum, the Mandela house in Soweto and Lilieslief Farm in the north of Johannesburg. You should get... More
Sorry - no buss or train. If you have a limited time, or no chance to drive, stay in Johannesburg and go to the Apartheid Museum, the Mandela house in Soweto and Lilieslief Farm in the north of Johannesburg. You should get most of the same info - the capture site is interesting for the sculpture and its symbolism - but not essential