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We walk with a group every Wednesday, and this week we parked our cars at the top of Signal hill and waked the lower contour path around to the two cannons that have been in operation since 1818! the view of Cape Town is spectacular!...More
'The Noon Day Gun is sign posted from central Cape Town. Aim to arrive at the barracks around 11.45 as you'll be given a short introductory talk about why a cannon is fired on Signal Hill every day at midday. You are warned to cover...More
Wow this things loud.
I knew it was going to be loud, but seriously buy the earphones from the guy who gives the talk.
Such a cool presentation and even though I've heard it a number of times now, it still makes me laugh.
Its a one way road up to the Noon Gun, s watch when you going and coming down the road. Lots of history to the Noon Gun.It tells you exacly how many been fired and its being updated daily. Bit more mordern tecnology now when...More
This cannon is fired every day at Twelve Noon. You can take a boat trip out of the harbour to Millies Point and hear the gun from miles around. Whilst out in the bay we also saw dolphins and a whale !! Bonus.... Trips can...More