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Ranked #91 of 110 attractions in Cape Town Central
Category: Landmarks/ Points of Interest
Owner description: This street has always been Cape Town’s main street, from its earliest days as an elegant shady walkway to its present dense... more » Owner description: This street has always been Cape Town’s main street, from its earliest days as an elegant shady walkway to its present dense throng of storefronts. « less
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Ranked #92 of 110 attractions in Cape Town Central
Category: Art Museums
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Ranked #93 of 110 attractions in Cape Town Central
Category: Landmarks/ Points of Interest
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Ranked #94 of 110 attractions in Cape Town Central
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Ranked #95 of 110 attractions in Cape Town Central
Category: Historic Sites; Art Museums
Owner description: The house was built by a high-ranking Dutch VOC official, Willem Cornelis Boers, in 1777/8 as a townhouse for the VOC Fiscal.... more » Owner description: The house was built by a high-ranking Dutch VOC official, Willem Cornelis Boers, in 1777/8 as a townhouse for the VOC Fiscal. The imposing three-storey house is regarded as the finest surviving example of an 18th century Cape Dutch townhouse. The delicately carved Rococo styled fanlight above the main door has been ascribed to the German-born sculptor, Anton Anreith.Declared a Heritage Site in 1940, it is set in period-styled garden that was recreated in 1986 from the original layout. In 1965, William Fehr donated his private collection of works of art on paper (watercolours, prints and drawings) to the people of South Africa. This gift is housed at Rust en Vreugd. Due to the sensitive nature of artworks on paper, only a selection of works is on exhibition. « less
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Ranked #96 of 110 attractions in Cape Town Central
Category: Historic Sites
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Ranked #97 of 110 attractions in Cape Town Central
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Category: Specialty Museums
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Owner description: The Forum is popular for conferences, dinner dances and special occasions, such as product launches, birthdays and weddings.... more » Owner description: The Forum is popular for conferences, dinner dances and special occasions, such as product launches, birthdays and weddings. The venue can host from 20 to 100 for meetings and cocktails and 60 for a dinner dance.There are wireless internet and fax facilities and a full secretarial service with secure parking in front of the hotel. « less
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Category: Sports Complexes
Owner description: ZorbAfrica is the fist purpose-built Zorbing site in the Cape.Zorbing involves rolling down a hill in a huge plastic ball; it... more » Owner description: ZorbAfrica is the fist purpose-built Zorbing site in the Cape.Zorbing involves rolling down a hill in a huge plastic ball; it is great fun and a very safe adrenaline rush for all ages.We offer harness rides and water rides, zip-line rides, party boat cruises and more check out our Facebook page for more info. « less
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Category: Civic Centers
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Owner description: Established in 1982, Prins & Prins Diamonds has grown to become one of Cape Town's most trusted, multi-award winning,... more » Owner description: Established in 1982, Prins & Prins Diamonds has grown to become one of Cape Town's most trusted, multi-award winning, family-owned manufacturing jewellers. The museum is the brainchild of the esteemed Dr Petre Prins of Prins & Prins Diamonds, located in the historical and authentically restored 18th century Huguenot House. This unique museum project takes visitors on a journey from when diamonds first began to form three billion years ago and their 150 km journey to the surface. Follow the unique path of South African diamonds from their origin in extinct volcanoes to the deposits along our coastline. Learn about unique and rare gemstones, and see how jewellery has changed through thousands of years. The story about South Africa's mineral wealth is told, not only for diamonds, but also for our Platinum and Gold deposits. Tracing the evolution of Early Man, it tells the story of the very first, and oldest piece of jewellery ever found, right on Cape Town's "doorstep" in the Blombos Cave, a mere 200 kms outside of Cape Town. An African Kingdom that existed a thousand years ago who traded in gold; gemstones found only in South Africa and of course the story of the Cullinan Diamond, the biggest diamond ever found, are fascinating exhibits. A further exhibit attracting lots of interest is "The Function of Jewellery", which promises food for thought when looked at in the context of everyday life. Insights into how human ingenuity transforms unassuming gems and metals into masterly crafted items of jewellery and the processes used, and the story about how South Africa's history (both political and mineralogical) was influenced by our mineral discoveries, are just some of the stories told in the property's intimate museum, housed in the property's almost 200-year-old wine cellar. « less
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Category: Neighborhoods
Water and electricity are the newest attractions at this interesting and remote rural township.
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Category: Historic Sites
Owner description: Bertram House is the only remaining example of the English Georgian-style red brick houses that were once common in Cape... more » Owner description: Bertram House is the only remaining example of the English Georgian-style red brick houses that were once common in Cape Town. Its furniture, porcelain collection and other household items depict Bertram House as the home of a prosperous English family of the first part of the 19th century. « less
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Owner description: Studio 7 is the most intimate venue in the world for listening to music. Wooden floors, fireplace, big white couches,... more » Owner description: Studio 7 is the most intimate venue in the world for listening to music. Wooden floors, fireplace, big white couches, Bushmills Irish Whiskey, and an open planned house allows you to see the most amazing musicians in a stripped down setting this is it. « less
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Category: Science Museums
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