PLACES TO SEE IN JOHANNESBURG
Mariana and Jimmy
Cell: 083 650 7380
Fax: 0866 87 9600
M35 Onderstepoort Road
Pretoria - 0110
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We present 2 leisurely 3 hour rides on Sundays – from 08:00 am – 11:00 am and from 15:00pm – to 18:00pm respectively. All these journeys are accompanied by two or more experienced guides. Halfway through the trip the group splits in two:
Cell: 083 625 1119
Cell: 079 467 9906
Saddle Creek Adventures
Saddle Creek Ranch nestles in the Hekpoort Valley in the foothills of the magnificent
Magaliesburg Meander Route.
We offer horseback riding with a difference, riding western style on well trained, obedient and calm trail horses, with various rides in to the bushveld and mountain foothills.
Information (011) 717 1390
(011) 717 1394
Fax (011) 339 2926
Yale Road (off Empire Road)
University of Witwatersrand
Milner Park Johannesburg
Open Friday - 20h00 - Saturday - 15h00 - Sunday 16h00.
Space Travel show: R30 per person
Tickets available 30min. before start of show at the door, no bookings, strictly no entry after start of the show
|THE LION PARK|
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We are open every day of the year from 08:00am – 21:00pm
The Lion Park is situated in Gauteng Province near Lanseria Airport and Fourways within easy reach of Johannesburg and Pretoria. The park offers terrific up close views and other exciting interactions with a large variety of predators and large herbivores indigenous to AfricaThe Lion Park is home to over 80 lions including the rare white lions and many other carnivores such as cheetah, wild dog, brown and spotted hyena and black backed jackal and a wide variety of antelope which roam freely in the antelope area.Guests have an opportunity to interact with some of the animals in the Cub World area which has a giraffe feeding platform that puts you at eye level with our tame resident giraffe creating a fun experience for all ages. Then there is the popular cub interaction which allows guests to touch the cubs and take photographs.The Lion Park is open every day of the year
|RHINO AND LION RESERVE|
Tel: (011) 957 0349
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Cell: 082 800 5305
Fax: (011) 957 0019
RHINO AND LION RESERVE
The reserve was founded in 1985, with the aim of preserving the scenic area for private leisure.
From a modest beginning of 2 White Rhinos, 'Ouvrous'and 'Bulle', imported from a zoo in Germany, and some antelope species, the reserve now boasts 600 head of game representing 25 different species.
Tel: (011) 957 0006/
Cell: 083 994 1823
Fax: (011) 957 0019
The Wondercave is situated in the Kromdraai valley and boast one of the 12 Cradle Of Humankind World Heritage sites.
The cave was discovered by Italian miners in 1898. They mined out approximately 15% from the formation and brought them to the surface
The Wondercave Is A Separate Entity And NOT Part Of The Rhino & Lion Game Reserve.
Mystic Monkeys & Feathers Wildlife Park hosts one of South Africa’s largest private primate collections featuring 38 species, in addition to a large number of beautiful, exotic birds.as well as Chimpanzee and White-Handed Gibbons, two of the "Big 5" in the "ape" world, including Cheetahs, Lions and Tigers.
Tel : (011) 796 3000
Shady Lane Off Diepsloot R114 (200m East of Beyers Naude and Diepsloot R114 Corner) MulderSdrift
Shades of Ngwenya glass blowing factory, only 20 minutes from JHB, is a glass wonderland where you can watch the ancient art of glassblowing at work and buy fabulous handmade recycled glassware.
Ngwenya Glass Village is the ideal venue for a day or weekend outing with 12 Shops to browse around.
Bring the whole family for a unique eating, relaxing and country shopping experience.
Tel : +27 (0) 11 309 4700
. Adults: R80.00
Pensioners, students and children: R65.00
Learners: R35.00 Teachers: R40.00Northern Parkway and Gold Reef Road,
The Apartheid Museum , the first of its kind, illustrates the rise and fall of apartheid
We are open every day of the week from 9h00 to 17h00.
There are no guided tours available on a Monday
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Afronova art Gallery
The Drum Café Shop
Sci-Bono Discovery Centre
Market Theatre in Jozi
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WHAT'S IT ABOUT?
How much? Free to browse
OpenTues to Sat. Closed Sunday
Drumming sessins by arrangement
New Science Centre -largest in Africa
Tues to Sun 9 to 5(Closed Mondays)
.Mon to Sat 9 till late. Sun 10 till late
Newtown Cultural Precinct,
Bree Street, Newtown, Johannesburg
Cnr President & Henry Nxumalo St
Cnr Mirriam Makeba & President Str
121 Bree Street,
56 Margaret Mcingana Street
Christiaan de Wet Rd, Roodepoort,
Tel : : +27 11 761 0225/6/8
The museum covers local history, the discovery of gold in Witwatersrand and the development of Roodepoort from mining camp to city. Roodepoort’s history can be traced back to the Stone Age.The Museum is open by appointment only.
Admission fee payable:
R20 per adult and R10 per child.
Educational programme most suitable for Grade 3-7 learners.
Tel: 086 100 1278
End of Malcolm Rd Poortview, Roodepoort
The Walter Sisulu National Botanical Garden was started in July 1982
Against the backdrop of the magnificent Witpoortjie waterfall, this Garden covers almost 300 hectares and consists of both landscaped and natural veld areas.
Adults: R40 Pensioners & Disabled: R27 University students (with valid student cards): R27 Scholars: R15 Children under 6 yrs: Free BOTSOC members: Pensioners: Free on Tuesdays
Entrance fees are more on concert days
Tel: (011) 880 2906
The vibrant cultures of Africa gather under one roof to reveal their treasures in the heart of Rosebank's vibey cosmopolitan restaurant, shopping and entertainment district. B&B African Craft Market is a consumer haven for locals and travellers alike.
Visitors to the African Craft Market are welcomed seven days a week from 9am to 6pm by the pulsating rhythm of African drum beats. Corner of Cradock Avenue and Baker Street, Rosebank
Tel: (011) 646-2000
The Johannesburg Zoo was established in 1904, and historically, it has been owned and operated by the CITY OF JOHANNESBURG.
Look after the environment, it is the only one we’ve got.
This message is spread through numerous awareness programmes, edutainment, as well as smell, hear, touch and feel programmes held throughout the year.
The Zoo is the epicentre for the ‘living sciences’.
We encourage teachers and parents to bring their pupils and children to the zoo to bring environmental subjects to life .
Night tours are a must.
Jan Smuts Avenue, Parkview, Main public entrance on Upper Park Drive
Tel: +27 011 646 5513
The South African National Museum of Military History, situated in Johannesburg in the Province of Gauteng, is the only museum of its kind in South Africa. It provides a nucleus of Museum and military history expertise in southern Africa. The Museum's collection of more than 44 000 items is divided into 37 separate categories and include the official South African war art and photograph collections. The aviation collection contains some of the rarest aircraft in the world.
The Adler Museum of Medicine preserves the history of the health sciences in Southern Africa, with special reference to Gauteng. It exists to supplement the educational activities of the University of the Witwatersrand, especially the Faculty of Health Sciences, by means of collections, research, teaching, exhibitions and publications
The Adler Museum of Medicine was founded in 1962 and was situated in the grounds of the South African Institute for Medical Research, Johannesburg. It is now housed at the University of the Witwatersrand’s Medical School Campus in Parktown, Johannesburg. Visiting hours are: Monday to Friday, 09:30 to 16:00 Saturdays on request
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The Johannesburg Art Gallery is the biggest gallery in the sub-continent, with a collection larger than that of the South African National Art Gallery in Cape Town. This is the home of some of the most prized works not just in the country but also in the world.
Today, the gallery is a national monument housed in a three-storey building boasting 15 exhibition halls and some sculpture gardens on the grounds of Joubert Park.
Klein and King George streets
Tel: +27 (0)14 577 9000 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Just off the R563 Hekpoort Road, Sterkfontein,
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Please note, no pets are allowed at Maropeng and Sterkfontein Caves.
The Sterkfontein Caves
An hour’s drive from Johannesburg and Pretoria, the Sterkfontein Caves are world famous for their fossil finds and a well-known visitor destination
The tours at the Sterkfontein Caves, which start above ground and then take visitors deep into the caves, run every half hour, seven days a week.
Adults: R165 | Children (4-14): R97 Children under 4: free Pensioners: R85 Students: R100 School groups: R90 per pupil
Open 9h00- 5
Tuesdays to Sundays
Te l: +27 (0) 11 435-9718
Tel : +27 (0) 11 435-9485/6/7
The James Hall Museum of Transport in Johannesburg is the largest and most comprehensive museum of land transport in South Africa
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