NELSON MANDELA CAPTURE SITE

Nelson Mandela was arrested on 5 August 1962 outside Howick,

Natal, South Africa. He spent the next 27 years of his life in prison.

The Nelson Mandela Capture Site commemorates this moment in history with a visitor centre and a world renowned sculpture.

The Apartheid Museum, together with the Nelson Mandela Capture Site, is calling on all learners from Grade 1 to 12 to enter the 2020 #MandelaDay 'Get Creative' competition.

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Under LEVEL 3, the Capture Site will be opening our doors soon.

Before you travel to the Capture Site, check the website for the most recent updates. 

    Sculpture - Opening soon. The date is to be confirmed as we test out systems and an opening date given by

    Government. (go to 'Plan your Visit' for ticket prices) 

    Visitor Centre - Temporarily closed until further notice. 

    Cafe - Temporarily closed until further notice. 

While the Capture Site is temporarily closed to the public, you can still visit us through our newly launched virtual tour... 

 COVID -19 UPDATE  \  TEMPORARILY CLOSED 

  * effective from 25 March 2020 

 

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  COVID -19  \ Official News and updates from the Department of Health. 

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  https://sacoronavirus.co.za 

Photography at the Nelson Mandela Capture Site is strictly for personal use only.

Prior permission is required for commercial use. All of the images on this site are

protected by international copyright laws and may not be used without permission.

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CONTACT US

info@thecapturesite.co.za

Enquiries +27 72 351 0967 (08:30 - 16:30)

R103 Howick, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

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