Conservation and Heritage Resources

The Nelson Mandela Museum is home to diverse collections such as paintings, ceramics fabric, paper and buildings, all requiring different methods of conservation and different skills. It embraces a wide range of collections that are both South African and foreign in origin. These collections are the gifts that were given to Nelson Mandela during his presidency by the international community.

That is why it is important that conservation in the Museum should be aimed at reducing factors that could result in the deterioration of the collection.

The Bhunga Building in town, where our material objects are mainly housed, is situated in a historic building that needs technical equipment to control the environment to prevent the deterioration of the objects.

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OPENING HOURS

Monday – Friday from 09h00 – 16h00

Except for Good Friday and workers day on 1st  May.

Saturday: 09h00- 15h00

Sunday :  09h00- 13h00

Guided tours can only be made per arrangement or per booking.

For any other time not mentioned above, please arrange in advance to gain access.


 

Nelson Mandela Museum Newly Appointed Service Providers

Bid Number: NMM 2018

Description: Facilities Management

Estimated Amount: R 895144.00

Appointed bidder: Ridgepole Facilities

Appointment Date: 27 March 2019

Duration of appointment: 3 (three) years

 

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