On Saturday, 2nd December 2023, history will come alive on the iconic shores of Robben Island with the The Robben Island Museum Memorial Run.
Children’s Month is celebrated to honour the young ones who fill our lives with wonder and joy.
One of the best ways to celebrate Heritage Month is by visiting The Robben Island Museum–and learning about the life of South African anti-apartheid revolutionary Robert Sobukwe.
As Heritage Month approaches, there’s no better time to explore the rich tapestry of South Africa’s past. And what better way to commemorate this special month than by planning a visit to The Robben Island Museum?
This holiday season, The Robben Island Museum (RIM) caters to local tourists by introducing a family deal on the sunset family cruises which only applies to South African citizens. Read more…
Bet you thought a history lesson and a fitness session could never work out pleasantly together… well the The Robben Island Museum Walking Tour will most certainly change your perspective. Read about our recent 10 000 steps explorative journey on the island.
Upon approaching Robben Island there is a sense of calmness that washes over you, as you gaze over the terrain. For an Alcatraz of sorts, with a rather dark history, Robben Island is one of the Mother City’s most beautiful destinations. It encompasses the rich history of the world heritage site. The Robben Island Museum (RIM) history recounts the tale of Nelson Mandela’s imprisonment on the Island for eighteen years.
It’s the ultimate debate topic – do you prefer a sunrise or a sunset? Regardless, we can offer the perfect sun-gazing spots, this February, right here so you can fall in love with Cape Town.
The Robben Island Museum (RIM) is pleased to announce a new Walking Tour, which will allow tourists to explore Robben Island’s rich history and biodiversity while walking in the footsteps of South African legends. This exciting new tour will start on Friday 31 December 2021 and the tickets will be available from 28 December on our online booking platform.