Chief Albert Luthuli Museum

The Albert Luthuli Museum opened in 2004; it includes the original house that Luthuli stayed in 1927. The Museum represents the life of Albert Luthuli.

The Museum is located within the original residence that Chief Albert Luthuli occupied in 1927. Along with being a piece of history that is irreplaceable the Museum is also a National Monument. Having won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1960, Chief Luthuli was the first African to win the prize in history. 

Located in central KwaDukuza, the Museum is a must visit to everyone that wants to relive the history of Apartheid South Africa. With a multitude of different exhibits only viewable at the Museum, it is a once in a lifetime experience.