The Luthuli Museum was officially opened on 21 August, 2004.
It includes the original 1927 home of Chief Albert Luthuli that is situated on 3233 Nokukhanya Luthuli Street, Groutville, KwaDukuza. Today the home is a national monument. Set in lovely landscaped gardens, the grounds provide the ideal setting in which to absorb the history and achievements of a man who became the first African to receive the 1960 Nobel Prize for Peace.
He was a leader ahead of his time whose commitment to non-violence, non-racialism, democracy and human rights has left an enduring legacy.
On the site in Nokukhanya Luthuli Street is the modern Interpretative Centre that houses temporary exhibitions, where visitors gather to mark openings, school children and learners participate in workshops or perhaps members of the public view our offerings.
Vision: To Let the Spirit of Luthuli Speak to All
Mission: To conserve, uphold, promote and propagate the life, values, philosophies and legacy of the late Chief Albert Luthuli in the struggle against apartheid oppression respect for human rights as well as life devotion to non-violent resolution to world problems.
3233 Nokukhanya Luthuli Street, Groutville, 4450
Tel: +27 (0)32 559 6822
Fax: (032) 559-6806
Opening Hours: Admission is free
Mon - Sat: 08h30 - 16h00
Sun & Public Holidays: 11h00 - 15h00
Closed: 25th & 26th Dec & 1 Jan