•  Museum occupies nine floors of a historic grain silo
  •  It was built in 1921, remodeled by architect Thomas Heatherwick
  •  It is the largest art museum built on the continent in more than 100 years
  •  It consists of 100 gallery spaces within 42 tunnels carved out of the silo
  •  Exhibits occupy 6,000 square meters of space
  •  Work of nearly 50 artists, from 18 countries is displayed
  •  Adult tickets cost R180 (about $13)
  • Children enter for free
  • Citizens of African nations enter for free on Wednesdays