Aspects of Cape Town's history housed in the 2nd oldest building in CT, which once served as a lodge for the slaves of the Dutch East India Co. Textiles & ceramics, Cape silver, old postal stones, jewellery & musical instruments.   This is an essential part of your Cape Town city tour and leads you up the Gardens to other interesting collections housed in the South African National Gallery, the South African Museum & Planetarium, and is close to the Bo Kaap Museum, the William Fehr Collection (at the Castle of Good Hope) and also Koopmans de Wet House and the Michaelis Collection.   You could spend the day visiting all of these interesting buildings and fascinating artifacts from the past.

Ph: (021) 4608240
No.49 Adderley St , corner of Wale St, Cape Town.
Open Mon to Sat 09h30 - 16h30, excluding Easter Friday, Christmas Day & New Year.
Admission fee payable - student rates available.

slave lodge map