The Capture Site Monument is well worth a visit. The face of Madiba in rods, only to come into focus when you stand at a certain angle, the long walk to freedom path leading to this monument and the simple barn housing the museum is a fitting tribute and reminder of the man that is being honored. We visited the monument with our 12-year old twin boys. I was surprised to find them reading the posters and asking questions about the exhibition in the shed. It could easily become quite cumbersome to any teenagers. Young children will be bored, but can easily be entertained on the big lawns outside the shed. It was pleasing to find this site full of visitors, but not commercialized at all. Even the entrance fee is a donation only.
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