This museum is very well done -- a good film orients visitors to the sordid history of slavery in the Cape and the rest of the museum gives the evidence in a very compelling way. The building itself is very interesting. I recommend this for any visitor to Cape Town to help them understand the history of the Cape Malay community that has given Cape Town such a unique character. There are always other excellent temporary exhibits. We enjoyed the Sue Williamson exhibit for Women's Month.
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