Johannesburg Art Gallery
It's the biggest gallery on the sub-continent, with a collection larger than that of the South African National Art Gallery in Cape Town. Welcome to the Johannesburg Art Gallery, home to some of the most prized works not just in the country but also in the world.
Housed in the city's old fruit and vegetable market – originally built in 1913 and creatively converted into one of the city's premier museums – Museum Africa tells the story of South Africa. It's here you'll find a slice of South African life through the ages.
James Hall Museum of Transport
The largest, most comprehensive land-transport museum in the country, you'll find every type of vehicle here – and you don’t have to be a car enthusiast to enjoy your visit.
Hector Pieterson Museum
In memory of all those who lost their lives in the fight against apartheid, this museum is named after one of the first casualties of the 16 June 1976 uprising. Retrace the footsteps of those who marched on that fateful day, reflect on the price they paid.