Cape Town Holocaust Centre

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Address
88 Hatfield Street
Cape Town
Western Cape 
South Africa
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Phone
021 462 5553
Website
http://www.ctholocaust.co.za/cape-town/cape_town-main.htm


Cape Town Holocaust Centre

Be warned, this memorial museum erected in honour of the millions of Jews who were massacred during the Second World War isn't for the fainthearted. The exhibition features a series of captioned photo displays charting the course of the war, with a soundtrack of Hitler's fervent rantings. You will also see footage of Holocaust survivors now living in South Africa.

Open 10am-5pm Sun-Thur; 10am-2pm Fri.

Admission is Free.

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