Phansi Museum

Durban's Phansi Museum is a treasure of South African artifacts, both historic and contemporary, and is known as one of the world’s largest collections of South African arts and crafts. Originally located in the basement of a private home, the museum’s name Phansi translates to “below” or “beneath” and serves as a nod to that meager beginning. Today, the collection occupies three floors of a converted Victorian house.

Among the exhibits at the Phansi Museum are examples of beadwork, baskets woven from telephone wire, wooden serving platters, snuff boxes and pipes, carved statues, blankets and fertility dolls. The top floor has a display of life-sized marionettes wearing ceremonial costumes.

Practical Info

The Phansi Museum is open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. only by appointment. Tickets cost 40 Rand for adults and 30 Rand for children.
Adres: 41 Cedar Rd Berea 4001, Durban, South Africa, Zuid-Afrika
Openingstijden: Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. only by appointment.
Toegang: Adults 40 Rand, Children 30 Rand
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