The distinctive Sixth District Museum showcases South African art and Cape Town collections over the years. The museum is located in the ancient European-style buildings, so you can see many sculptures on the walls outside. It's worth learning to walk around and appreciate all kinds of exhibits, especially African culture.
Well done museums show what happened... Then when the driving area was flattened to six zones, we understood the loss felt by the former residents. Then we took part in a trip to a town and community center and visited them to feel better. Children, art and warm feelings.. There are many nice small houses nearby with solar energy, some of them luxurious lawn grass professionals living in villages and towns to provide guidance and inspiration for young people. We also saw shacks for new arrivals.
It's a European-style building, a fancy museum that showcases South Africa's precious collections and crafts.
The Sixth District Museum is a must-see attraction in Cape Town. Although the museum is smaller than expected, understanding this section of history can be said to be an understanding of Cape Town's past. You can take a tour guide, and a tour guide can take you away from the Museum of District Six and go to the Museum of District Six to see the real situation there. You can finish it in about 30 minutes, but you must buy an exploratory map of Zone 6 in the museum and look at the community even if you don't take part in a guided tour of Zone 6.
The location is superior, the surrounding transportation is convenient, and the collection is rich.
The Sixth District Museum is well worth visiting. Atmosphere, rich exhibits, internal display is quite delicate, is a little too big, tired!
I recommend you to go. Museums can go anywhere. It's really fun around the museum.