SCHOOL TOURS
SCHOOL TOURS

School Tours programme is aimed at creating an exciting and stimulating learning experience for children and young people who visit the Robben Island Museum. For most school children this is a once in the lifetime experience.

Outreach Programme
OUTREACH PROGRAMME

In 2010, a new stage play was introduced with more vibrant musical drama and choreography. The play is a perfect piece of edutainment and tells the story of Robben Island from the political imprisonment time to when it became a museum and World Heritage Site.

Robben Island Independant Camps
ROBBEN ISLAND INDEPENDENT CAMPS

These are theme driven camps organised by national and international organisations and implemented on Robben Island. The themes and content of the camps must address issues of human rights and development and reflect the spirit of RIM’s Vision and Mission as stipulated in the ICMP. An organisation applies to use the Multi-Purpose Learning Centre (MPLC) facilities and accommodation.

Resource Centre
RESOURCE CENTRE

The Resource Centre provides educational resources and specialised learning spaces for RIM staff, visitors, the African Programme in Museums and Heritage Studies (APMHS) students, visiting scholars, interns, youth and adult groups. It holds a very special collection of books donated by Jack and Ray Simons as well as Emeritus Archbishop Ndungane. It is located on the Island at MPLC (the old Medium B prison)

Nation Building Youth Camps
NATION BUILDING YOUTH CAMPS

These camps, based on a culture of human rights and responsibilities, are designed to develop a sense of citizenship in young people. The camps blend practice and theory and offer participants the opportunity to develop leadership skills through their first-hand experiences on the Island and participation in the various activities during the camp.

Adult Groups
ADULT GROUPS

This programme provides specially crafted adult heritage education programmes for audiences of diverse learning environments and backgrounds. It is designed to expose adults to heritage knowledge and to assist in the national mandate of providing education and training services for ensuring life-long learning.

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SCHOOL TOURS
SCHOOL TOURS

School Tours programme is aimed at creating an exciting and stimulating learning experience for children and young people who visit the Robben Island Museum. For most school children this is a once in the lifetime experience.

SCHOOL TOURS
OUTREACH PROGRAMME

In 2010, a new stage play was introduced with more vibrant musical drama and choreography. The play is a perfect piece of edutainment and tells the story of Robben Island from the political imprisonment time to when it became a museum and World Heritage Site.

SCHOOL TOURS
ROBBEN ISLAND INDEPENDENT CAMPS

These are theme driven camps organised by national and international organisations and implemented on Robben Island. The themes and content of the camps must address issues of human rights and development and reflect the spirit of RIM’s Vision and Mission as stipulated in the ICMP. An organisation applies to use the Multi-Purpose Learning Centre (MPLC) facilities and accommodation.

SCHOOL TOURS
RESOURCE CENTRE

The Resource Centre provides educational resources and specialised learning spaces for RIM staff, visitors, the African Programme in Museums and Heritage Studies (APMHS) students, visiting scholars, interns, youth and adult groups. It holds a very special collection of books donated by Jack and Ray Simons as well as Emeritus Archbishop Ndungane. It is located on the Island at MPLC (the old Medium B prison)

SCHOOL TOURS
NATION BUILDING YOUTH CAMPS

These camps, based on a culture of human rights and responsibilities, are designed to develop a sense of citizenship in young people. The camps blend practice and theory and offer participants the opportunity to develop leadership skills through their first-hand experiences on the Island and participation in the various activities during the camp.

SCHOOL TOURS
ADULT GROUPS

This programme provides specially crafted adult heritage education programmes for audiences of diverse learning environments and backgrounds. It is designed to expose adults to heritage knowledge and to assist in the national mandate of providing education and training services for ensuring life-long learning.

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Tour Details

Weather

Cape Town
20°
Fair / Wind
05:2719:44 SAST
Feels like: 20°C
Wind: 45km/h SSW
Humidity: 49%
Pressure: 1014.22mbar
UV index: 5
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20/15°C
20/15°C
22/15°C


Tours

South Africans
R400 per adult
R210 per child (U/18)

Non South Africans
R600 per adult
R310 per child (U/18)

Tour Times
09:00  |  11:00  |  13:00  15:00


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