Iziko Museums remain temporarily closed
Following the President’s address and the extension of Adjusted Alert Level 4, and in the interest of the well-being of our staff and visitors, Iziko Museums of South Africa remains closed to the public until Sunday, 25 July 2021.
Iziko sincerely values the support of our visitors, and although the museum sites will remain closed, visitors are encouraged to visit us online. Throughout this uncertain period, Iziko has been connected and working to showcase our unique work and collections on the website. Visit www.iziko.org.za to explore all that we have on offer, and keep up-to-date on our reopening and Covid-19 safety protocols. Make sure to also like, follow and share our social media pages on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and TikTok!
About Iziko Museums of South Africa (Iziko)
Iziko operates 11 national museums, the Planetarium and Digital Dome, the Social History Centre and three collection specific libraries in Cape Town. The museums that make up Iziko have their own history and character, presenting extensive art, social and natural history collections that reflect our diverse African heritage. Iziko is a public entity and public benefit organisation that brings together these museums under a single governance and leadership structure. The organisation allows *free access to all individuals on commemorative days, (*excluding the Castle of Good Hope, Groot Constantia and Planetarium and Digital Dome). Visit our webpage at www.iziko.org.za, join our online community on Facebook (www.facebook.com/IzikoMuseums), Instagram (@izikomuseumssa) or follow us on Twitter (@Iziko_Museums) for regular updates on events, news and new exhibitions.
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Issued by: Ellen Agnew
Communications Coordinator: Iziko Museums of South Africa
Telephone: 021 481 3830
Issued on behalf of the Office of the CEO, Iziko Museums of South Africa