Current Exhibitions

We have renamed the spaces in the Iziko Slave Lodge Museum as we seek to answer the questions: Who were the enslaved? What work did they do? How did…
Join us as we take you through the renewed slavery exhibition spaces at the Iziko Slave Lodge. The exhibition narrative has been rewritten to give…
The MAD exhibition seeks to weave narratives that have remained muted and undocumented into social history. The first in a series, this exhibition…
The Red in the Rainbow exhibition invites the visitor to experience the lives of a family of activists and make up their own minds about what the…
This exhibition, Singing Freedom, shows that music was integral to events such as the Sharpeville massacre and other turning points in our history.  …
‘Aluta  Continua’, a multi-media exhibition, at the Iziko Slave Lodge, zooms in on the Western Cape chapter of the 1976 student uprisings, and…
The São José represents the first known shipwreck with enslaved Africans on board to be identified, studied and excavated. This exhibition, …
Iziko Museums of South Africa in partnership with the Friends of Design: Academy of Digital Arts, presents the exhibition: Kemet: Life in Ancient…