Walking path from the Freedom Park Museum up to the hill with the monuments.
The Lekgotla, a meeting place around an Umlahlankosi tree.
Isivivane, the resting place for those who played a part in the freedom and liberation of South Africa.
Memories for the once who played a part in the freedom and liberation of South Africa.
Overview Isivivane, in the back the Gautrain from Pretoria coming.
Map of the main Memorial S'khumbuto with the Wall of Names, the Amphitheatre, Sanctuary, Eternal Flame and the Gallery of Leaders.
Wall of Names, in total 697 meters in length. To date approx. 75,000 names have been inscribed.
Path along the Wall of Names to the Sanctuary.
The Sanctuary, a serene environment conductive to the outpouring of emotion.
The Amphitheatre with the Eternal Flame in front.
Path to the Gallery of Leaders.
The Gallery of Leaders is an indoor space reserved o showcase those leaders whose contributions stand out in human memory and history.
National, Continentally and Internationally Leaders are shown.
Che Guevara, in the Gallery of Leaders.
The door to leave the Gallery of Leaders.
Moshate, a high-level hospitality suite, for presidential and diplomatic functions.
Path downwards to the Freedom Park Museum.
One of many platforms overlooking Pretoria incl. the Union Buildings.
Back at the Freedom Park Museum, with cafe and restaurant.
Exit from the Freedom Park via the Museum to the parking area attached.