As South Africa celebrates the important public holiday, Human Rights Day, on Tuesday 21 March 2023, we look to our national attractions and visitor experiences for the best ways to honour our struggle heroes.

Here are 4 ways to celebrate Human Rights Day at South Africa’s top attractions:

Free entry at the Iziko Museums:

Immerse yourself in our vibrant human rights history with free entry at selected Iziko Museums in Cape Town!

Visit selected Iziko Museums for free this Human Rights Day! Image credit: Iziko Museums

This is a not-to-be-missed opportunity! For more information, visit the Iziko Museums events calendar.

Bubbly Brunch at the Beach Hotel in Nelson Mandela Bay:

Raise a glass of great bubbly with your serving of a Sunshine Breakfast at the Beach Hotel.

Cheers to a Human Rights Day celebration at the Beach Hotel. Image credit: Nelson Mandela Bay Tourism

Take a moment to appreciate the ocean view and to ruminate on the importance of Human Rights Day at this prestigious Nelson Mandela Bay establishment.

South African War lecture at Ditsong Museums of South Africa:

Emeritus professor from the Department of Historical and Heritage Studies Fransjohan Pretorius will present a thought-provoking lecture on the white and black concentration camps in the South African war.

Ditsong Museums of South Africa presents the South African War lecture. Image credit: Ditsong Museums of South Africa

Book your spot for the South African War lecture here.

Human Rights Festival at Constitution Hill:

This impressive museum will once again celebrate this important holiday with a two day festival of events, social workshops, forums, art exhibitions and more.

Don’t miss the Human Rights Festival at Constitution Hill. Image credit: Facebook

The Human Rights Festival at Constitution Hill will be held on 25 and 26 March 2023. You can get your tickets here.