Iziko South African Museum
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Quite nice if the weather is bad. Classical stuffed animals but also some interesting testimonies to South African cultures. The Planetarium shows films every day. Check the programme online.
The best way to inform yourself about Cape Town , is in its history. The museums hold the key to the past and present , the recordings of history are sealed within its walls.........Take a walk in the past , exploring rare age old fossils and other amazing finds long forgotten.
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“The Company’s Garden is Cape Town’s green lung. This oasis right in the centre of the city is a favourite for both locals and tourists. The site is important historically, and is a thriving urban space where buskers strum guitars while office workers sun themselves over lunch hour. ”
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“This is the 2nd oldest building in Cape Town (after the Castle), and was where the slaves were housed in appalling conditions in colonial times. The exhibits give a good insight into the history of slavery in Cape Town, as well as other changing temporary exhibitions.”
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“The Aquarium is a treat for all ages and will keep kids fascinated for hours. It's right next to the V&A Waterfront, City Sightseeing Tour Bus stop and plenty of other activities. Also a great option for rainy days!”
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“is where Cape Town's rainbow nation is evident. Barter at the curio stalls and people watch from cafes around the square.”
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