Cape Town Galleries and Museums

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Galleries and Museums in Cape Town

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Located in the Clock Tower precinct of Cape Town's V & A Waterfront, Cape Town Diamond Museum pays...
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Friendship, good food, wine and brilliant entertainment – this is where it all comes together. The...
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Pieter Toerien's beautifully intimate Theatre on the Bay offers all the latest and best shows in...
Home to some of the most beautiful collections, The South African National Gallery features art of...
District Six was the name of the Sixth Municipal District of Cape Town, established in 1867. The...
The Iziko Planetarium is housed in the South African Museum building in Cape Town. The venue is a...
The Bo-Kaap is the historical Cape Town residential area of freed slaves and muslims following the...
Celebrate a cinema experience beneath the stars in the world's only rooftop trailer park at the...
The Little Theatre Complex is home to the University of Cape Town's drama and fine arts...
An exciting new theatre in Cape Town’s legendary District Six, The Fugard, is home to the...
Open twice a week, the Cape Quarter Village Market is a lifestyle, European-inspired market that...
The Labia Theatre is the oldest independent art-repertory cinema in South Africa. The Labia...
The Chavonnes Battery Museum gives visitors a chance to experience the early history of Cape...
Sway your hips to great bands, live dance productions and storytelling or catch live action on the...
A shooting star in Observatory These Four Walls gallery has risen out of its humble beginnings as a...
This all white minimalist space features innovative exhibitions showcasing some of South Africa's...
Irma Stern was a major South African artist who achieved national and international recognition in...
The Baxter Theatre Centre provides an exciting forum for the celebration of life which is the...
Located in Newlands, The Barnard Gallery is a modern, stylish space showcasing exceptional fine...
Have you ever wondered how the Mother City got flour for her daily bread? Visit the Josephine Mill...
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