Located at the corner of KE Masinga (Old Fort Road) and Masabalala Yengwa Ave (NMR Ave), Durban.
(Opposite the Kingsmead Cricket Stadium)
OPEN Wednesday to Sunday including Public Holidays.
|Wednesday to Friday||10:00 to 15:30|
|Saturday||9h00 to 13h30|
|Sunday and Public Holidays||10h00 to14h00|
|The Museum is closed on Mondays & Tuesdays|
|The Museum is closed on the following public holidays, Good Friday and Christmas Day.|
|Entrance: FREE. Donations are however welcome towards the upkeep of the Museum.|
|Contact: (including for Tours and School Groups)|
|Custodian of Warriors Gate Museum:||Cedric Carr|
|Office Hours:||031 015 5334|
|Mobile:||083 307 7464|
|Chairman of Warriors Gate & Mount Memory||Michael Lee|
|Mobile:||082 305 5036|
|(Address emails directed, Attention: Chairman MOTH Museums & Memorials))|
(Strict access control measures in place aligned to covid regulations.)
Photos of the Museum and Shrine
Border War Display
“EK WAS DAAR”
Recently it was the MOTH Museums & Memorials (MM&M) committee’s pleasure, to obtain the official first sign-in by Old Bill of the Order 2021 Moth Dup, in the newly installed, ‘Ek Waas Daar’ book.
This initiative was an inclusion to the museums latest exhibit depicting an area designated for all ‘Ou Manne’ and ‘Ou Dames’, who served both on the borders, and within South Africa under the SADF banner.
On your next visit to Warriors Gate, Durban, ensure you leave your legacy, and be part of your museums historical addition, by penning in this book at the Border War Exhibit area.
Moth Mike Lee
Chairman – MOTH Museums and Memorials
The Gardens at Warriors Gate
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