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.
The Top 6 Cape Town Tourism Attractions: Robben Island, Table Mountain Cableway, Kirstenbosch Botanical Garden, V&A Waterfront, Cape Point, and Groot Constantia have put measures in place in order that business continues as usual or with minimal interruption for tourists when we experience #Loadshedding.
It’s the season to be jolly, but sometimes the thought of all the gift shopping and what to buy can suck all the joy out of the holidays. In a world where minimalism is gaining popularity, plastic is out and the men in your life have enough socks and ties to last a lifetime, we have some suggestions to help you buy gifts that will delight your friends and family.
Kirstenbosch Summer Sunset Concerts in association with Old Mutual released the list of artistes performing in the upcoming season and features a diverse mix of genres with fresh, exciting new talent on offer, as well as many much-loved favourites. The concert season, which starts on Sunday 24 November 2019, has become a much anticipated top outdoor music event in Cape Town, where families and friends flock in their droves to soak up world-class live music in a unique and awe-inspiring open-air setting.
We are proudly South African, so we’ve given superpowers to your South African identity document, respect to our senior citizens, motivation to our students and tons of love to all South Africans on their birthday. Please note: To utilize these offers, please enquire about the terms and conditions and, more importantly, please don’t forget to bring along your South African Identity Card or Passport!
What to do when it’s wintery in Cape Town. Winter is here, and as we shiver and dig out our thickest winter woollies, our instinct is to hibernate under the duvet on the couch and binge watch series until September.
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-R70; 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. More info in the programme…