The Vaal Teknorama Museum is the Regional Museum of the Sedibeng District Municipality. The Vaal Teknorama Museum also houses the Heritage Section of the Sedibeng District Municipality.
The Vaal Teknorama Museum boasts with an interesting exhibition featuring the mind boggling pre-history of the area. This includes paleontology, stone age and iron age artifacts.
Modern history in the museum tells the visitors the establishment history of the towns in the Sedibeng Region and the important people related to the history.
The industrial development of the region steps to the foreground in the Heritage Exhibition because of its importance in the area.
The Sedibeng Region boasts with several Heritage Sites related to the South African War of 1899 – 1902. The town Vereeniging and its people also played very important roles in bringing the war to and end. Therefore part of the Heritage Exhibition is dedicated to the South African War.
Residents of the area were involved in national and international conflicts and exhibitions on the First and Second World War form part of the exhibitions at the Vaal Teknorama Museum.
The Liberation Struggle forms an integral part of the history of South Africa. The Vaal Triangle played a central role during this era of our history. The exhibitions at the Vaal Teknorama Museum consist of a whole section dedicated to the Liberation Struggle in the Vaal Area from the Sharpeville Massacre in 1960 to the signing of the New South African Constitution in 1996.