Activities For the Whole Family


Most of Cape Town’s major shopping malls host kids’ activities and events during the school holidays; however, programmes only get announced much closer to the launch date. These are Cape Town shopping centres to watch:
Cavendish Square, Claremont
Blue Route, Tokai
Canal Walk, Century City
V&A Waterfront, Waterfront
Willowbridge, Durbanville
Tyger Valley Shopping Centre, Tygervalley


Iconic Attractions

Kirstenbosch’s Boomslang Aerial Walkway will be unveiled in April 2014. Currently under construction in the ‘Enchanted Forest’ section of the Gardens, the 130m walkway will take visitors from the forest floor to above the treetops, allowing for captivating 360˚ views of the Peninsula.
Price: Entry in to Kirstenbosch Gardens will include the use of the Boomslang Aerial Walkway. Entry is R45 per adult, R10 per child (aged six – seventeen) and free for kids under six years old.


Family Friendly Events

Sound of Music
Dates: 14 – 30 March
Venue: Artscape Theatre, Foreshore
Price: R125 – R375 per ticket
Telephone: 021 410 9800
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Hands-on Harvest 2014
Dates: 14 – 30 March
Venue: Robertson Wine Valley
Price: Dependant on activity. Booking is essential
Telephone: 023 626 3167

Taste of Cape Town Festival 2014
Dates: 3 -6 April
Venue: Green Point Cricket Club, Cape Town
Price: R100 per standard ticket purchased at the door. Kids under twelve get in for free
Telephone: 021 418 4516
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