The Heart of Cape Town Museum is definitely the place to go for health/medical nerds and others alike. You get to learn about the life of Dr. Barnard and how he performed the first ever cardiac transplant, as well as the lives of those others involved. Entrance fee is R200 and R100 for students. There is a knowledgable tour guide(I had her all to myself as no one else was on my tour, a 40 minute video, and wax figurines in the original operating rooms in Groote Schuur Hospital. There are numerous letters, newspaper clippings, and original documents. The best parts were getting to see the actual operating rooms and getting to see the actual hearts! A must see for those in the health or medical field.
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