Iziko Museums of South Africa is reverting to staggered opening hours to the public with immediate effect, this is due to the Minister of Health declaring that South Africa has entered its second wave of COVID-19 infections.
Please arrive fifteen minutes before your session begins, so we can swiftly screen you before entering. This includes taking your temperature, receiving your details and accepting payment. Entry will not be permitted without a mask.
Your health and safety, and that of our staff, is of utmost importance. Thank you for all your efforts in maintaining social distancing at all times.
Selected Museums will be open From Tuesdays to Sundays – You can visit the ISAM, ISANG, in the two entry sessions - from 10h00 until 11h30 and 12h30 until 14h00. You can visit IMC in four entry sessions a day from 10h00 until 11h00, from 11h15 until 12h15, 12h30 until 13h30 and from 13h45 until 14h30.
From Tuesdays to Saturdays - You can visit the ISL in the two entry sessions - from 10h00 until 11h30, and 12h00 until 14h30. From Tuesdays to Saturdays IBKM in four entry sessions a day from 10h00 until 11h00, from 11h15 until 12h15, 12h30 until 13h30 and from 13h45 until 14h30.
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Iziko Museums of South Africa operates the premier public art and cultural destinations in Cape Town. This flagship heritage institution, manages 11 national museums; collection-specific libraries; a world-class Social History Archive and the most advanced digital Planetarium and Digital Dome on the African Continent.
IZIKO is an isiXhosa word, meaning ‘hearth’, traditionally and symbolically the social centre of the home; a place associated with warmth, kinship and ancestral spirits. Here food is prepared and shared, stories are told, and knowledge passed from one generation to the next. Similarly, the museums that make up Iziko are spaces for cultural interaction. We are proud to ignite connections between our shared history, our heritage, and each other.
Art Conservation Book launch at Isang