In light of the coronavirus pandemic, the management of the Robben Island Museum (RIM) on Cape Town’s Robben Island has made the decision to temporarily suspend tours until such time conditions allow to lift the suspension. Customers who have already booked tickets are advised to contact RIM to reschudule or obtain full refunds as per terms and conditions. All transactions will be made electronically as the Nelson Mandela Gateway ticket office is currently not accessible to the general public. Given the circumstances, RIM will not impose additional charges on all tickets rescheduled to a date later than 01 June 2020. (RIM’s ticket price was scheduled to increase from 01 June 2020). We’ll keep you posted!
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