The KZN Museum honours the South African Indian community in a gallery that celebrates its rich and diverse Indian culture. The gallery tells the story from 1860 to date, celebrating the immense contributions made by the South African Indian community to our diverse and beautiful rainbow nation. Between November 1860 and 1911 (when the system of indentured labour was stopped) nearly 152000 indentured labourers from across India arrived in Natal. After serving their indentures, the first category of Indians were free to remain in South Africa or to return to India. #proudlysa
We are open Monday - Friday from 9:00 - 3:30. Covid 19 protocols apply.