This museum seemed similar to the District 6 museum in that we didn't feel we really got a good overview and needed a guide to highlight information. Luckily, we stopped to ask questions of a woman working there, and she was amazingly informative (for instance, we were really unclear on what the Bo Kapp area was and how it formed---not directly answered in the displays). Between her, some of our drivers, and the Jewish Museum, we learned a lot. For instance, coming from the U.S., when we saw services available for whites and colored, we thought that covered everyone, but colored has a different meaning in the U.S than in South Africa. The woman at this museum helped me get past my unwitting confusion--I was completely misunderstanding their distinctions based on the background experiences that formed my way of thinking. THAT was eye opening to me!