On Thursday, 20 April, The South African Jewish Museum (SAJM) opened its doors for Museum Night.
This unique and growing event is part of the First Thursdays Project in collaboration with Iziko Museums of South Africa. The perfect weather ensured that The Company’s Garden and surrounds were alive with people on foot, exploring our city after dark.
Visitors were able to enjoy free admission to participating museums and galleries, and the SAJM was proud to have over 2000 people come through its doors. The campus was one of the main attractions with both the SAJM and The Cape Town Holocaust Centre staying open and Cafe Riteve serving their delicious pizzas until late.