Liliesleaf Farm, Johannesburg

Liliesleaf is one of South Africa's foremost, award-winning heritage sites, where the journey to democracy in South Africa is honoured.

Liliesleaf opened to the public in June 2008 and has since attracted thousands of local and international visitors, eager to understand and engage with a pivotal period in South Africa's liberation struggle.

The museum pays testimony to the many lives that changed the political landscape of this country and through its educational programmes, appeals to younger audiences to face today's challenges with creative enthusiasm.

Liliesleaf Farm

When Liliesleaf operated as an underground venue for liberation activities it was referred to by some as Lil's Place and known to others by its codename Cedric.

Cedric's Cafe at Liliesleaf serves light meals and refreshments. Liliesleaf is licenced to sell and serve alcoholic beverages.

Cedric's Cafe is open to the public and patrons are not required to pay the admission fee should they wish to visit the cafe or auditorium. Should they decide to visit the historical site, admission fees will apply.


  • Monday - Friday, 08:30 - 17:00
  • Saturday - Sunday, 09:00 - 16:00


  • +27 11 803 7882


  • 7 George Avenue, Rivonia, Johannesburg, Gauteng

To find out more about Liliesleaf Farm, visit their website.

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