THE 2016 Museum Passport Competition culminated with a live draw event where the top three prize winners were chosen. All participating schools were invited to attend the function at the Old Prison Museum. Third prize of R10 000 went to Sanzwili Primary School, second prize of R15 000 went to Eastwood Primary School and the first prize of R25 000 was won by Hayfields Primary School. The audit company Thornton-Dibb Van Der Leeuw and Partners verified the entries at a meeting held with the Museum Passport Committee. A total of 26 schools entered the competition bringing in a total of 6 000 pupils to visit the three participating museums. The Museum Passport Competition is a collaborative marketing effort between the KZN Museum, Old Prison Museum and Msunduzi-Voortrekker Museum, with the purpose of creating a new generation of loyal museums supporters. - Supplied.