About Phansi Museum
Phansi is pronounced ‘punzi’, meaning ‘below’ or ‘beneath in IsiZulu, after the basement location where it began. ‘Phansi’ is also traditionally known as the place beneath, where the ancestral spirits dwell.
The museum was started in 2000 as a small private museum, and has since expanded to host one of the biggest and most spectacular collections of African arts and crafts in the world.
The collection is held in Roberts House, a fully restored Victorian national monument, in Glenwood, ...Show the whole text
Phansi Museum's previous events
Dr M Shezi's Myths Magic and Mermaids by Peter Engblom
Saturday, 28 October
Saturday, 16 September
Sunday Book Wine Down - GLENWOOD
Sunday, 29 March 2015