1. Enjoy the fascinating underwater world at the Two Oceans Aquarium
and experience an adrenalin rush like no other when you dive with the
ragged-tooth sharks in the I & J Predator Exhibit.
View the very informative and interactive website for more details before
your visit. www.aquarium.co.za
2. Visit the Maritime Museum to explore the history of shipping from
prehistoric times to the present day.
Contact Thys van der Merwe for more information.
+27(0)21 405 2884 / +27 (0)21 464 1261
3. Boat trips in and around the harbour and along the coast are another very
popular activity for those visiting the Waterfront and wanting to explore.
Visit the Waterfront Boat Company website to book your trip.
4. Helicopter flips provide a broader perspective of the city and the coast.
5. The Scratch Patch, an inexpensive visit and popular with all ages!
Open from 09:00 to 18:00 daily. Tel: +27 (0)21 419-9429
6. Cave Golf presents you with a very interesting putt putt experience. The
indoor course offers you 18 holes which are deceivingly difficult.
Open from 09:00 to 17:00 daily. Tel: (+27 21) 419-9429.
7. Shop up a Storm! The Waterfront is unquestionably Cape Town’s premier
shopping destination with over 400 shops, restaurants, pubs and coffee
shops. Products range from designer jewellery and clothes to leather
goods, arts and crafts and gift and curio shops. The quality of products is
high and the shopping experience one of the best in the city.
8. Red and Blue Sheds. These two venues house crafts and are great
places to pick up unusual gifts and souvenirs. Visit the Red Shed to
watch the products being handcrafted in front of your eyes. The Red
Shed is open until 21:00 and the Blue Shed/Waterfront Craft Market
is open until 18:30 daily.
10. Seal Landing
Visit the seal pen situated next to the Robben Island Gateway (Clock
Tower precinct) or spot these fury friends of the Waterfront basking in the
sun all along the old tyres lining the quaysides around the Waterfront.
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