Iziko Visitors Have Their Say

  • Posted: Sep 10, 2013

Iziko museums attract South African visitors from all walks of life, as well as other parts of the world. Our visitors always express themselves, either through the visitor comments books or via our social media platforms.

Here are what some visitors had to say about their experiences at our museums.

Below are some of the testimonials from some of the visitors to Iziko:

“Thank you for reminding me of my previous years”, commented a visitor from St Helena Bay who visited the Iziko Maritime Centre.

“Amazing and insightful collections of thought resulting in provoking art,” was a comment from a local visitor from Cape Town at the Iziko South African National Gallery.

“Interesting but would like more information on some pieces” wrote a visitor from Ireland, after viewing various art exhibits at the Iziko South African National Gallery.

“Powerful messages, beautifully presented add interest,” commented a visitor from Norway at the Iziko Slave Lodge.

“Both the slavery and Tambo exhibition are interesting, informative and moving,” wrote a visitor from Australia, after viewing the diverse social history exhibits at the Iziko Slave Lodge. 

“Ongelooflik mooi”,was a comment from a Capetonian who visited the Iziko South African Museum.

“The museum needs to be more interactive and have more child friendly exhibits,” was a comment from another visitor from Cape Town to the Iziko South African Museum.

“A wonderful presentation of history, keep it up, thank you,” wrote a visitor from Tokai, Cape Town, while visiting Iziko Groot Constantia

This compliment was received from a client who had rented our museum spaces for an event:

 “Arise is so grateful for your help and Iziko’s amazing generosity. We were so thankful to be able use this awesome venue for our “Thank You Event”. We’ve had super feedback about the evening and could not have made it happen without your help & donation of the venue. With gratitude, Elaine and the Arise team.”


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