Gold of Africa Museum

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96 Strand Street
Cape Town
Western Cape  8000
South Africa
021 405 1540

Gold of Africa Museum

The permanent 300-piecc Bar-bier Mueller collection of 19th- and 20th-century gold is a trove of artefacts from West Africa's erstwhile gold empires. History buffs curious about the stories lying beneath the shiny surface can investigate the timeline detailing the journey of the precious metal from the limes of King Tut to present day. They also offer jewellery courses if you get inspired to adorn yourself. A charming courtyard restaurant adds to the appeal.

Hours: 9.30am-4.30pm Mon-Sat.

Admission Fee:

  • R30 adults; R25 pensioners, students; R20 under-16s.
  • Lion Walking Tour R50.
  • Pangolin Night Tour R50 adults; R40 pensioners, students; R30 children.

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