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LLearn about South Africa’s road to democracy by visiting the Apartheid Museum, the Hector Pieterson Memorial, Mandela House Museum, Constitution Hill, Freedom Park and Liliesleaf Farm. When delegates travel to downtown Johannesburg and take an emotional tour of the Apartheid Museum, they get to truly understand what it was like to be racially segregated. Visitors enter either the “white” or “non-white” entrance, depending on which ticket they’re randomly given. The Hector Pieterson Memorial gives visitors an insight into the 1976 Soweto Uprising and the events that led up to the tragic death of Hector Peterson. Another great institution that delves into South Africa’s freedom journey is the Mandela House Museum where delegates get an awe-inspiring opportunity to walk around the former house of Nelson Mandela and learn more about this great leader’s struggle and accomplishments. Other institutions displaying South Africa’s freedom struggles are also worth a visit.