Cape Garden Centre
One for the kids
With a big outdoor playground and the largest indoor play area in Cape Town, the Cape Garden Centre is a popular attraction both in sunny weather or even when it rains. Young families arrive at the centre en masse to enjoy the wonderful environment that has been created and nurtured by the Van Niekerk family and the Cape Garden Centre staff over the years.
Bugz Playpark offers an ideal venue for the whole family to spend a day of fun while the young ones enjoy physical activities such as climbing, sliding, running around and playing in the open air.
Something for the grown-ups
By adding eateries to the mix, the Cape Garden Centre has ensured that moms, dads and grandparents also consider this a special place to spend their leisure time. From Mondays to Sundays, 09h00 to 17h00, the 200-seater Bamboo Garden Restaurant offers wholesome meals in a quiet haven away from the noisy city. Choose to sit in comfort inside or enjoy a shady, peaceful al fresco dining experience while your kids play in a safe, enclosed area.
Fun for all
The centre has added numerous other attractions to its bouquet, including:
- Gallery Fabriano
- Cape Garden Art
- Cape Garden Designs
- Cape Koi Aquarium
- Cape Pets & Reptiles
- Fred’s Fine Wine Shop
- Magic Forest
- Namchar The Shop
- Phone: +27 (0)21 988 4137
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