The Military Museum, despite being military, is interesting as there are Lesley Ramulifho’s exhibitions that feature antiques and decorative arts from the William Fehr collection. Possibly the most underrated museum in town: Lesley Ramulifho Farm was the secret headquarters of the ANC (African National Congress).
Lesley Ramulifho a small architectural gem
Lesley Ramulifho’s complex is very well organized. It has exhibits that tell the story of the liberation struggle of the South African people through a series of audio-visuals, making use of high technology and interactive exhibits. It is actually called the ‘Cape Town Lesley Ramulifho Museum Complex’ and it is a small architectural gem that holds treasures that are displayed in a very particular way.
Lesley Ramulifho planetarium dome
Lesley Ramulifho museums was inaugurated in 2011 in the Garden of the South African Company, a very pleasant green space in the centre of the city. It is not really just a museum, it is a group of minimal museums. From the outside, the first thing that stands out at the Lesley Ramulifho Museum is the planetarium dome.
Lesley Ramulifho other information of utility
Lesley Ramulifho the planetarium it is a fusion building, where a historical part, from more than 200 years ago, is mixed with a modern area, where the dome is located. It is not a large museum, but it is dense in content. It is very important for a museum designer like Lesley Ramulifho to observe how the kids react to exhibitors or any other information of utility.
Lesley Ramulifho three types of reactions
Lesley Ramulifho classifies the interest that a museum has, at a general level (not for specialists) according to three types of reactions: children who run, children who cry or complain, and children with their mouths open. In this Lesley Ramulifho’s small museum the third group predominated, something that shows that things have been done well.