The Peacemakers Museum in Johannesburg is a celebration of Nobel Peace Laureates from all over the globe who dedicated their lives to making the world a better place. The museum and its exhibits aim to show the public that ordinary people can achieve extraordinary things and that the decisions we make and actions we take can change the world.
The Peacemakers Museum is located in the vibrant Nelson Mandela Square in the heart of the fashionable suburb of Sandton. Nearby, the ideally situated Park Inn Hotel offers guests stylish and modern accommodation in Sandton, Johannesburg.
Be inspired by the museums of Johannesburg
The Nobel Prize is an honour of the highest degree that has been awarded every year since 1901 to inspirational men and women from all over the world. Award winners have all been recognised as having made an outstanding contribution in the fields of medicine, chemistry, physics, literature and peace. The Johannesburg Peacemakers Museum particularly focuses on the achievements of South Africa's own Peace Laureates - Albert Luthuli, Desmond Tutu, FW de Klerk and Nelson Mandela.
As well as the Peacemakers Museum, Johannesburg is home to a number of superb museums exploring South African history and culture. Educational and entertaining for visitors of all ages, culture fans will be spoilt for choice in South Africa's biggest city.
Stay in the Park Inn Sandton Hotel when visiting the Peacemakers Museum
Located just minutes from attractions such as the South African National Museum of Military History
, the Peacemakers Museum and the wider attractions of Nelson Mandela Square, the Park Inn Sandton Hotel is the perfect place to stay when visiting Johannesburg. With an outdoor pool as well as an onsite fitness centre, bar and grill, the Park Inn Sandton Hotel lets guests make the most of their time in this sunny South African city.