Things to Do in City Centre

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Long Street

Long Street

Popular Attractions in City Centre (0.1 km from City Centre)

Vibrant and hip Long Street is the main street to party or chill out in Cape Town’s trendy City Bowl. Here you can choose any restaurant, lounge, club, or pub that strikes your mood. Every place is unique and promises a fabulous vibe. Architecturally Long Street is renowned for the attractive Victorian buildings, some housing interesting...

The Waiting Room

The Waiting Room

Bars Nightclubs in City Centre (0.5 km from City Centre)

You'll have to look for an unmarked door and walk up an inconspicuous staircase to successfully find The Waiting Room. But once inside, you'll soon realize that this little scene is a true hidden gem. Located above the The Royale Eatery in Long Street, this venue features plenty of seating and a homely, hip atmosphere. The Waiting Room attracts...

Zula Sound Bar

Zula Sound Bar

Bars in City Centre (0.1 km from City Centre)

Zula Sound Bar mixes the finest music with live theatre and dance. Add a sprinkling of poetry, and Cape Town has an ever-changing art house. Zula has hosted some of the Mother City's leading musicians – Freshly Ground, Godessa, Teba, Bed on Bricks, 340ml and Sons of Sellassie as well as International DJs such as Pascal (True Playaz). Zula gets...

The Rainbow Room

The Rainbow Room

Bars in City Centre (0.1 km from City Centre)

Introducing Cape Town’s new Jazz Club THE RAINBOW ROOMAt last Capetonians now have a top central city Jazz and dinner venue! Since opening mid December 2009, The Rainbow Room at Mandela Rhodes Place on St George’s Mall the superb line up of well known local artists and young up and coming talent has had residents and visitors alike flocking to...

The Rainbow Experience

The Rainbow Experience

Shops in City Centre (0.2 km from City Centre)

There's a new retail destination on the Mother City skyline Mover and shaker of the South African events industry Alison McCutcheon has added a new string to her bow. Seeing a gap in the market for a destination store that showcased the resourcefulness and creativity of all South Africans.The Rainbow Experience at the stylish Mandela Rhodes Place...

Tjing Tjing

Tjing Tjing

Bars in City Centre (0.2 km from City Centre)

Tjing Tjing is unique in many ways, located in the trendy and vibrant urban area of Cape Town central. You'll find this rooftop bar above Dear Me Restaurant in Longmarket Street. The interior reflects a fusion of eastern influences, mixing of old and new, local and Asian, accentuating a warm atmosphere. Enjoy a selection of classic cocktails and...

The Egg Man

The Egg Man

Popular Attractions in City Centre (0.2 km from City Centre)

Who is that dude with all those eggs on his head? Egg Man appears at Greenmarket Square come rain or shine and at all the hottest festivals in South Africa, adding an air of Rio-style festivity wherever he performs. His name is Gregory da Silva - a comedian artist, storyteller, dancer and live street performer. Egg Man was born in Benin West...

Greenmarket Square

Greenmarket Square

Popular Attractions in City Centre (0.2 km from City Centre)

Right in the centre of Cape Town is one of the oldest public spaces in the Mother City. Greenmarket Square celebrated its 300th birthday in March 2010 with a substantial facelift.Refurbished ablutions, a brand new stage, newly laid cobblestones, reconstructed marketplace and more spacious café environment have made this vibrant spot more...

Daddy Cool

Daddy Cool

Bars in City Centre (0.4 km from City Centre)

Inspired by the love of all things bling, Daddy Cool is the whimsically glamorous bar of the Grand Daddy Hotel. In this white and gold playspace you can sip on fine wines, delicious cocktails, happy-go-lucky bubbly and a good old fashioned selection of spirits. Need to know? Open each evening (except for Sundays) Daddy Cool kicks back with good...

Adderley Street Flower Market

Adderley Street Flower Market

Popular Attractions in City Centre (0.4 km from City Centre)

Keeping a century-long tradition alive, the friendly Adderley Street flower sellers bring vibrancy and character to the inner city.Known for their cheeky wit and striking array of blooms – it’s always a worthwhile stop on a walkabout of the city. You’ll be coerced to grab a bunch or two but their wares are typically inexpensive, fresh and make a...

Pink Flamingo Cinema

Pink Flamingo Cinema

Galleries and Museums in City Centre (0.4 km from City Centre)

Celebrate a cinema experience beneath the stars in the world's only rooftop trailer park at the Pink Flamingo Cinema. Get your free pop-corn, candy cone and welcome drink with your ticket. Movies start at 19:00. For private screenings call 021 424 7247.

Julep Bar

Julep Bar

Bars in City Centre (0.4 km from City Centre)

Down one of Long Street's quieter avenues, you'll find the inconspicuous yet classy Julep Bar. A small venue, featuring warm, trendy interiors with matching lounge seats. A well-stocked bar is located at the back where you can acquire your favourites drink, as well as a selection of delicious cocktails. If you'll like to complement your drinks...

Alexander Bar and Cafe

Alexander Bar and Cafe

Bars in City Centre (0.5 km from City Centre)

Filled with old-world charm, a functioning rotary dial telephone system, warm incandescent lighting and a revolving sofa, Alexander Bar & Café is engineered for playful interaction and conversation. With impeccably selected jazz and world music and a fairly priced range of local wines, malt whiskies, martini cocktails and light meals, Alexander...

Iziko Planetarium

Iziko Planetarium

Galleries and Museums in City Centre (0.6 km from City Centre)

The Iziko Planetarium is housed in the South African Museum building in Cape Town. The venue is a round celestial theatre, utilising a complex Minolta star machine and multiple projectors to transport the audience through the wonders of the universe. Night skies are created within the dome, coupled with great audio to make the experience a unique...

District Six Museum

District Six Museum

Galleries and Museums in City Centre (0.6 km from City Centre)

District Six was the name of the Sixth Municipal District of Cape Town, established in 1867. The museum acts as a reminder of the terrible forceful removal of the residents during South Africa's apartheid era. District Six was marked as a white-only area in 1966 following the Group Areas Act in 1950. As a result, 60 000 people were forcibly moved...