What Is It?
For one night, the public is invited to explore Johannesburg’s museums and cultural institutions after-hours and of course free of charge. Participating museums are free and open to the public from 17:00 – 22:00 on the night. There are no tickets simply review the programme and decide where you want to go.
Each museum has a primary programme of current exhibitions, supported by a secondary programme of workshops, performances, talks and other activities. Review the detailed programme for each site online or download the printable programmes closer to the event date. But for now make sure you, your family and friends are at this incredible event. This is the first edition of Museum Night in Johannesburg, with a limited museum programme. So make sure you are there! The participating museums are as follows:
- The Johannesburg Holocaust & Genocide Centre
- Constitution Hill
- Wits Art Museum
- Wits Origins Centre
- Johannesburg Art Gallery
- The Apartheid Museum
When Is it?
Thursday, 19 September 2019 at 17:00 – 22:00.
Where Is It?
Most of the museums around Johannesburg.
How Much Is It?
All you need to do is RSVP on their Facebook page.
For More Information
Visit this website for more information.
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Discover the Museums of Johannesburg in a new light, after dark. Museum Night is a multi-institution after-hours cultural experience. For one night, the public is invited to explore Johannesburg’s museums and cultural institutions after-hours and free of charge. Participating museums are free and open to the public from 5pm to 10pm on the night. There are no tickets – simply review the programme and decide where you want to go. More info: http://www.museum-night.co.za/ #museumnightjhb19 Thanks to our in-kind partners: David Southwood / Hyperstructure for the photography and lazydogs typefoundry for the use of their newest cut, LD Grotesk