Visitors, please note that our Cableway operations are closed from Wednesday 18 March 2020. The cableway will remain closed until after the Easter weekend, or until greater clarity is given on the management and containment of this virus by the President and international health bodies, such as the World Health Organisation.
26 March 2020: In light of President Cyril Ramaphosa‘s announcement of new measures to stem the spread of COVID-19, the Cape Town Big 6 will close all relevant attractions from 26 March to 16 April 2020 in order to contribute to the national effort to stem this health crisis.
Table Mountain Cableway Maintenance – Gary Hirsons – Photographic Exhibition titled: Man, Machine and a Mountain
Get a behind-the-scenes glimpse of this #CTBig6 beauty. From Thursday 5 March to Sunday 29 March, members of the public will be able to see this iconic Cape Town Big 6 member like never before.
On Thursday, 6 February Groot Constantia will host the 2020 Wine Harvest Commemoration and 1659 Medal of Honour awarding ceremony at its historic Estate.
Celebrate the month of love with the Cape Town Big 6. ❤️Here are the TOP February Events at the Cape Town Big 6 Attractions:
Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden will be hosting free Wednesday Talks every fortnight from 10h30 to 11h30 and are free of charge, but garden entry fees apply (Adults-R75; SA Students (with card)-R40; Garden entry ticket or BotSoc membership card is required in order to access the talk). Presented by Room to Grow and Sponsored by StruikNature and the Cape Town Big6. Talks will vary from horticulture, botany, ecology, travel, natural history and so much more…
Rushing from one attraction to the next, take a selfie, maybe buy a souvenir and sigh with relief… another thing ticked off the bucket list. No, that is so last year. 2020 is the year for slowing down, disconnecting and being in the moment.
Visit Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden from 16 January to 15 March to view the #LadyTaitFullCircle exhibition at Richard Crowie Hall, Kirstenbosch, as well as the beautiful garden that inspired it! Curated by Mary van Blommestein of the Irma Stern Museum, the exhibition will also include botanical art by the Western Cape branch of the Botanical Artists Association of Southern Africa.