This three-story museum hosts excellent local and international exhibitions in 15 halls and has collections of 17th-century Dutch art, 18th-century French art, and paintings by great South African artists such as Jacob Hendrik Pierneef, Ezrom Legae, Walter Battiss, Irma Stern, Gerard Sekoto, and Anton van Wouw. It exhibits 10% of its treasures at a time. You can also admire a large selection of traditional African objects, such as headrests, tree carvings, and beadwork.
The parking and gallery itself are safe, but the area it's in is not, so don't walk around outside.
King George and Klein Sts., Johannesburg, 2001, South Africa