The South African national rugby team's nickname is the Springboks, and the Springbok Experience Rugby Museum in Cape Town highlights the team's history.
Rugby is one of the most popular sports in South Africa, and the Springbok Museum gives visitors a peek into the sport's history. Displays are high-tech and engaging, featuring 91 media channels playing and even a section where visitors can check their own skills against those of the Springboks—there are passing, kicking, and reaction-time skills tests.
In addition, there are exhibits dedicated to the years when the Springboks won the Rugby World Cup and the Tri-Nations Trophy, including a World Cup trophy replica.
The Springbok Rugby Museum is located on the Victoria & Albert Waterfont in Cape Town, and is open daily (except Christmas day) from 10am-6pm. Tickets cost SAR65 for adults, SAR40 for students, SAR30 for seniors, and children five and under are free.