Nelson Mandela: The Official Exhibition

April 2019

More information about Nelson Mandela: The Official Exhibition tickets

  • Additional Information

    What's Included


    • Entry to the Nelson Mandela: The Official Exhibition

    What's Excluded


    • Food and drink
    Please Note:
    • Children are admitted – under 5’s are free, over that it’s £15
    • Once booked, this tour cannot be cancelled
    • Please exchange the voucher at the box office and you will be added to the next available time slot. The last admission is 5pm
  • Highlights
    • Many of the authentic artefacts and personal possessions in the exhibition have never before been seen outside South Africa
    • The exhibition takes the visitor on a unique journey, using scenic recreations and immersive presentations to experience key moments in a truly remarkable life.
    • Includes a filmed series of remarkable personal accounts from people whose lives he changed
    • Celebrating Mandela with a compilation of the man’s philosophy, values and wisdom, in his own words
  • Schedule
    Days of Operation: Open daily from 10am – 6pm (last entry at 5pm)

    Venue Location: 26 Leake Street Gallery, London, SE1 7NN
  • Description
    Nelson Mandela: The Official Exhibition is the major new global exhibition that explores the life of the world’s most famous freedom fighter and political leader. His epic story is told in a series of experiential galleries from his rural childhood home through years of turbulent struggle against the apartheid regime, to his eventual vindication and final years as South Africa’s first democratically elected. His journey to becoming the ‘Father of South Africa’, and a globally loved and respected figure is explored in new, personal and revealing ways. With exclusive stories from Madiba himself, his family and those that knew him best, visitors will see Nelson Mandela in a new light.

    A century on from his birth, what does ‘Nelson Mandela’ mean today, in a world where inequality and injustice are still rife? Nelson Mandela: The Official Exhibition asks these difficult questions and examines his legacy. Mandela’s values and commitment to making the world a better place are just as vital now as they were during his lifetime. This is a story we can all learn from and be inspired by.