This summer, Groot Constantia invites you to come and explore and experience the estate like a tourist!
“We are thrilled to be celebrating what it means to be a tourist in the Mother City!” says Jean Naudé, CEO of Groot Constantia. “Globetrotters, day-trippers and digital nomads can easily combine a trip to Groot Constantia with visits to other iconic Cape Town attractions for an epic experience.”
How to Dream, Plan, Book, and Experience Groot Constantia
For a truly immersive experience of Groot Constantia, the Visitor’s Route Ticket is highly recommended:
Explore the original Cape Dutch Manor House.
Visit the famed Cloete Cellar: the birthplace of Grand Constance.
Enjoy a wine-tasting experience.
See the wine museum and cultural history museum.
Receive free access to three audio walking tours of the vineyards, historic manor house and modern-day production cellar.
Be sure to pick up a free map highlighting the estate’s famous landmarks like the massive Groot Constantia barrel, Manor House, Cloete Cellar, Simon’s Restaurant, Jonkershuis Eatery and the Wine & Gift Shop, which boasts an array of South African lifestyle art.
Travel Like A Tourist
To give your inner tourist an extra treat, you can travel to Groot Constantia onboard the City Sightseeing hop-on hop-off Red Bus; it’s an easy and fun way to get to Cape Town’s top attractions. Travellers can also look forward to a special wine tasting of Groot Constantia’s Rosé, Sauvignon Blanc, and Lady of Abundance—for only R60, exclusively available with a City Sightseeing ticket purchase.
Cape Town is a city bursting with culture, history, and natural beauty. One of the best ways to experience this is by visiting the Cape Town Big 6. These six attractions are some of the city’s most popular places, including Table Mountain Cableway, Robben Island Museum, Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden, V&A Waterfront, Cape Point, and Groot Constantia. Each of these offer a unique experience, from hitching a ride on the cable car to the summit of Table Mountain, to learning about the history of South Africa at the Robben Island Museum and exploring diverse food flavours at the V&A Waterfront.
To ensure you have the best experience at Groot Constantia, wear comfortable shoes and a light windbreaker to wander through the vineyards, pack sunscreen and sunglasses, and a fully charged camera to capture all the beautiful moments.
For more information, visit grootconstantia.co.za or connect with Groot Constantia via social media @GrootConstantia.