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Get free access to Western Cape museums with a Covid-19 vaccination card

Get free access to Western Cape museums with a Covid-19 vaccination card

For Heritage Month, free access will be given to affiliated Western Cape museums for those presenting vaccination cards, both fully and partially vaccinated.

Minister Marais says, “Usually visitors pay an entry fee to access our museums across the province, but to encourage all to get vaccinated, we are happy to waive this fee for the month of September in a bid to increase our vaccination numbers, while promoting our affiliated museums as we now contain, adapt and recover in the Western Cape.

Montagu Museum – Image: Sourced

The following museums are free to those vaccinated for the month of September, Heritage Month:

  • Bartolomeu Dias Museum (Mossel Bay)
  • Beaufort West Museum
  • CP Nel Museum (Oudtshoorn)
  • Drostdy Museum (Swellendam)
  • Genadendal Museum
  • Great Brak River Museum
  • Hout Bay Museum
  • Jan Danckaert Museum (Porterville)
  • Montagu Museum
  • Old Harbour Museum (Hermanus)
  • Oude Kerk Volksmuseum (Tulbagh)
  • SA Fisheries Museum (Laaiplek)
  • Stellenbosch Museum
  • Togryer Museum (Ceres)
  • Wellington Museum
  • Wheat Industry Museum (Moorreesburg)
  • Worcester Museum

Minister Marais appeals to all members of the public to get their vaccination as soon as they can, “The sooner we can reach our vaccination targets, the sooner we can start safely opening up more of the cultural sector particularly the arts industry to allow us to slowly start returning to having live audiences at events. We must do this to support the live events, as well as our artists and sportspeople, in our province.”

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