Holidaymakers taking flights to South Africa should consider visiting a new museum in Cape Town.

Holidaymakers taking flights to South Africa should consider visiting a new museum in Cape Town.

According to Virgin Atlantic, the new Museum of South African Hip Hop is one of the world’s quirkiest museums.

The recently opened museum features a wide range of exhibits and showcases artists such as Zulu Boy and the impact of hip hop as a positive influence on the region’s youth.

Other museums named by Virgin Atlantic as must-sees include the Tao Heung Museum of Food Culture in Hong Kong, which celebrates Oriental and international cuisine, and the Propaganda Museum in Shanghai.

The Museum of South African Hip Hop opened last March and can be found in New Church Street in central Cape Town.

Written by Ruth Norris.

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