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District Six Museum Admission Ticket

District Six Museum Admission Ticket - Cape Town, South Africa

Duration: 30 to 90 mins
Location: Cape Town, South Africa

From USD
$2.78

Learn about this once multi-racial, colourful hub for musicians, artists, and ‘good’ and ‘bad’ gangsters, that faced a 20-year long period of demolition and forced removals during the apartheid era.

The District Six Museum caters for locals as well as foreigners, and is an educational experience for both adults and children. Visitors learn about this once multi-racial, colourful hub for musicians, artists, and ‘good’ and ‘bad’ gangsters, that faced a 20-year long period of demolition and forced removals during the apartheid era ... More info ›

Learn about this once multi-racial, colourful hub for musicians, artists, and ‘good’ and ‘bad’ gangsters, that faced a 20-year long period of demolition and forced removals during the apartheid era.

The District Six Museum caters for locals as well as foreigners, and is an educational experience for both adults and children. Visitors learn about this once multi-racial, colourful hub for musicians, artists, and ‘good’ and ‘bad’ gangsters, that faced a 20-year long period of demolition and forced removals during the apartheid era. Engage with photographs, recordings and testimonials, which offer further insight into the turbulence of apartheid. In between exhibitions, share in the stories of District Six with engaging and friendly staff members, the majority of whom were displaced residents themselves and have intimate and personal stories to share.

Be warned: it is impossible not to be emotionally touched when visiting this site. Nevertheless, it is an important place to visit to help create a stronger understanding of South Africa’s rich history. Make a point of joining in on a guided tour from a genuine ex-resident of the original District Six. You will gain a real sense of what it was like for the people back in those days.

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Millionaires Tasting Experience Serves 1

Millionaires Tasting Experience Serves 1 - Hermanus, South Africa

Duration: 60 minutes
Location: Hermanus, South Africa

From USD
$2.78

Relish a liquid gold flavour experience with one Benguela Cove sweet wine and delectable millionaires shortbread.

Experience millionaires shortbread at its finest. Savour a liquid gold experience with a remarkable pairing of one Benguela Cove sweet dessert wine and a mouth-watering millionaires shortbread creation by chef Annie Badenhorst ... More info ›

Relish a liquid gold flavour experience with one Benguela Cove sweet wine and delectable millionaires shortbread.

Experience millionaires shortbread at its finest. Savour a liquid gold experience with a remarkable pairing of one Benguela Cove sweet dessert wine and a mouth-watering millionaires shortbread creation by chef Annie Badenhorst. Taste the delightfully sweet pairing and discover an appreciation for the complexity of sweet wines. Available at the Tasting Room at Benguela Cove Lagoon Wine Estate in Hermanus. Price serves one person only. Includes a tasting of one wine only.  Stay for lunch or dinner and enjoy executive chef Annie Badenhorst's delicious interpretation of classic French and English dishes, relax in our elegant interior, be pampered by our friendly staff.

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Hop-On Hop-Off Cape Town Canal Cruise

Hop-On Hop-Off Cape Town Canal Cruise - Cape Town, South Africa
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Duration: 30 minutes
Location: Cape Town, South Africa

From USD
$3.13

Cruise the canal that connects Cape Town’s bustling CBD to the V&A Waterfront and learn about its history along with this hop-on hop-off ticket. Whether you’re looking for an easy way to get from point A to point B, or a fun outdoor experience, the City Sightseeing's canal water taxis tick all the boxes.

Most of Cape Town's Foreshore precinct used to be under water, but found its business-hub shape through a complicated land-reclamation project completed in the 1940s ... More info ›

Cruise the canal that connects Cape Town’s bustling CBD to the V&A Waterfront and learn about its history along with this hop-on hop-off ticket. Whether you’re looking for an easy way to get from point A to point B, or a fun outdoor experience, the City Sightseeing's canal water taxis tick all the boxes.

Most of Cape Town's Foreshore precinct used to be under water, but found its business-hub shape through a complicated land-reclamation project completed in the 1940s. The Cape Town canal once again links the vibrant V&A Waterfront area with downtown Cape Town. Whether you decide to sail one way or return, sit back and learn more about this watery history and the V&A Waterfront’s underwater gems, such as secret submerged passageways and private islands.

Tickets for this cruise are valid for a full day, allowing you to hop-on, hop-off at any of the stops along the canal, or to use it as transport to and from the V&A.

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The Castle of Good Hope Admission Ticket

The Castle of Good Hope Admission Ticket - Cape Town, South Africa

Duration: 1 to 2 hrs
Location: Cape Town, South Africa

From USD
$3.48

Oldest colonial building in South Africa, the Castle of Good Hope is a symbol of the early days of the Cape colony of the Dutch East India Company (VOC). Includes the daily Key Ceremony, a visit to the museum, a viewing of the William Fehr art collection.

Highlights

  • Visit the oldest colonial building in South Africa, built between 1666 and 1679
  • View the Castle Military Museum and the William Fehr Art Collection
  • Go through the underground tunnels
  • Watch the daily Key Ceremony

Venture through the Castle of Good Hope observing the many art and photography exhibitions that depict the historic start of the city ... More info ›

Oldest colonial building in South Africa, the Castle of Good Hope is a symbol of the early days of the Cape colony of the Dutch East India Company (VOC). Includes the daily Key Ceremony, a visit to the museum, a viewing of the William Fehr art collection.

Highlights

  • Visit the oldest colonial building in South Africa, built between 1666 and 1679
  • View the Castle Military Museum and the William Fehr Art Collection
  • Go through the underground tunnels
  • Watch the daily Key Ceremony

Venture through the Castle of Good Hope observing the many art and photography exhibitions that depict the historic start of the city. The Castle Military Museum is also available, as well as the William Fehr Collection, which boasts an impressive collection of art, antique Cape furniture and other historic collectables. Make use of the castle’s daily tours (11:00, 12:00 and 14:00), showcasing South Africa’s shared heritage and military history. Watch the performing of the Key Ceremony, replicating the ceremonial unlocking of the signal canon which is then fired to the delight of onlookers. Don’t miss an adventurous tour of the underground tunnels that once followed the canals and rivers that brought fresh water to the city.

History

The castle was built between 1666 and 1679 by the Dutch East India Company. It served as a stop-over for ships sailing the Spice Route. The castle forms a pentagonal shape, and the five bastions of the star are the Leerdam to the west, and clockwise from it the Buuren, Katzenellenbogen, Nassau and Oranje. The original fortress was geared with cells which were used during the Second Boer War from 1899-1902, when part of the castle was also used as a prison. Apart from the military function, it has also had luxurious living quarters, shops, workshops and even a small church and bakery. The Castle of Good Hope was declared a national monument in 1936 and is considered the oldest colonial building in South Africa.

Did you know

The Castle of Good Hope boasts the oldest bell in South Africa. The 300kg bell was imported from Amsterdam is situated over the main entrance. It was used to announce time, warn citizens of danger and call together residents or soldiers for important announcements. The bell could be heard a as much as 10km away!

Advice for visitors

You can wander around the castle on your own, but it is a lot more informative to join one of the guided tours of the dungeon, torture chamber, ramparts and armouries. The William Fehr Collection is a must-see, and those interested in conservation should check out John Thomas Baine’s The Greatest Hunt in Africa, which celebrates a ‘hunt’ in honour of Prince Alfred where nearly 30,000 animals were driven together and slaughtered. Take a break at the small restaurant on the patio outside and enjoy the freshly brewed coffee.



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Cool Runnings Admission Ticket for One Ride

Cool Runnings Admission Ticket for One Ride - Cape Town, South Africa

Duration: 3 hours
Location: Cape Town, South Africa

From USD
$3.48

Cool Runnings is the only toboggan track in Africa,1.25 km long, and with sunny skies and warm weather, these bobsled definitely aren’t running on the traditional snow and ice. Instead, Cool Runnings bobsled run on wheels on a stainless steel track, each seating up to two people ... More info ›

Cool Runnings is the only toboggan track in Africa,1.25 km long, and with sunny skies and warm weather, these bobsled definitely aren’t running on the traditional snow and ice. Instead, Cool Runnings bobsled run on wheels on a stainless steel track, each seating up to two people. Your ride starts with pulling you up to the top of the hill. From there, your sled is released and you’ll go flying down the track with 17 corners, S-bends and a tunnel. You can control your own speed, but adrenaline junkies can easily reach up to a whopping 40km/h. The sled slows down before your are reaching the braking belt, so you have nothing to worry about. 

Cool Runnings Toboggan Family Park is just outside Cape Town, situated on the slopes of Tygervalley. The Park also boasts a large, covered terrace, yummy food and drink facilities and a bar, making it the perfect outdoor spot for corporate functions, team buildings, family outings and kid's parties.

First we welcome you at our ticket office where you will receive your instruction, how to ride/ operate our bobsled. Thereafter, we will provide you with your ONE rider ticket. You also get a voucher for FREE WiFi during your stay on our site. Then we will guide you to the embarking area (starting point), where you can ask our supervisor further question. Should you feel comfortable, we will release you and after the traffic light turns green, off you go!, an automated lift will pick you up and carry you on top of the hill. From there you will start your thrilling downhill ride. A tunnel, 17 bends, 2 s-bends and a jump which airborne you for a millisecond is awaiting you. After a couple of minutes you will arrive the slow down area which leads you onto a braking belt. As easy as that!

Please note: Each person need its own rider ticket, regardless of the age. Riders must have a minimum height of 1.35m and need to be at least age 8 or older. From age 3-7, they need to be accompanied by an adult age 15+ Tickets are valid on any day, incl Public- and School Holidays. Ticket(s) are valid until they have been used and are NOT expiring. There will be NO BOOKING necessary, you can just come at any day of your convenience, provided we are open. Closed when raining!

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Millionaires Tasting Experience with 2 wines

Millionaires Tasting Experience with 2 wines - Hermanus, South Africa

Duration: 60 minutes
Location: Hermanus, South Africa

From USD
$3.83

Relish a liquid gold flavour experience with a selection of two Benguela Cove sweet wines and delectable millionaires shortbread.

Experience millionaires shortbread at its finest. Savour a liquid gold experience with a remarkable pairing of two Benguela Cove sweet dessert wines and a mouth-watering millionaires shortbread creation by chef Annie Badenhorst ... More info ›

Relish a liquid gold flavour experience with a selection of two Benguela Cove sweet wines and delectable millionaires shortbread.

Experience millionaires shortbread at its finest. Savour a liquid gold experience with a remarkable pairing of two Benguela Cove sweet dessert wines and a mouth-watering millionaires shortbread creation by chef Annie Badenhorst. Taste the delightfully sweet pairing and discover an appreciation for the complexity of sweet wines. Available at the Tasting Room at Benguela Cove Lagoon Wine Estate in Hermanus. Price serves one person only. Includes a tasting of two wine only. Stay for lunch or dinner and enjoy executive chef Annie Badenhorst's delicious interpretation of classic French and English dishes, relax in our elegant interior, be pampered by our friendly staff.

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