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Springbok Experience opens

Springbok Experience opens

An interactive museum that charts the history of rugby in South Africa has opened at the V&A Waterfront in Cape Town, one of Africa’s busiest visitor attractions.

The 800sq m, two storey museum explains the country’s complex but proud rugby heritage. It features more than 64 audio visual monitors and computer screens, interactive Springbok Trials skills tests for children and adults as well as a Springbok clothing store.

The Springbok Experience also tells the largely untold story of black rugby history from the 1860s to present day.

The new home of South African Rugby Union is the latest international project from museum design consultancy Mather & Co and is more than a museum, says project director, Sarah Clarke: “The Springbok Experience is a modern, interactive and up-to-date museum which looks at the historical, social and political influences rugby has had in South Africa - the project is much more than just a rugby museum; it’s a heritage project.”

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