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The Cape Town City Pass turns your holiday into something special! Enjoy a visit to the Two Oce...
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...wo Oceans Aquarium, Great Wheel, and more! Choose 6 of these attractions to visit and get discounts on other activities.
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...oute â€¢ Free ticket to the magnificent Two Oceans AquariumÂ â€¢ Free ticket for the POISON Exhibition â€¢ Free ticket ...
The Two Oceans Aquarium on the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront showcases the marine life of the Atlantic Ocean and Indian Ocean, which meet at Cape Town.
The Two Oceans Aquarium on the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront showcases the marine life of the Atlantic Ocean and Indian Ocean, which meet at Cape Town. It is home to over 3000 animals, including sharks, penguins, seahorses, jellyfish, rays, turtles, and several species of fish.
V & A Waterfront, Cape Town, 8001, South Africa
+27 21 418 3823
The Victoria & Alfred Waterfront on the Atlantic coast in Cape Town is the highlight of South Africa's oldest working harbour
The Cape Wheel is a giant 40 metre high ferris wheel on the V&A Waterfront that offers panoramic views over the city, Robben Island, Table Mountain, and Paarl Mountains
Karbonkelberg is a small peak in the Table Mountain National Park overlooking the harbour at Hout Bay
The Bo-Kaap Museum traces the history of the colorful Bo-Kaap quarter and its multiracial identity
The South African Sendinggestig Museum is housed in South Africa's oldest indigenous mission church that started out as a slave church, and presents the history of the building and the people who used it
Greenmarket Square is the heart of old Cape Town, a bustling market place with stalls, restaurants and cafes
Bo-Kaap is an ethnically diverse quarter of Cape Town, known for its brightly colored houses and cobble-stoned streets
The Slave Lodge is one of the oldest colonial buildings in Cape Town, built in 1679 for housing slaves of the Dutch East India Company
The South African National Gallery presents a good collection of African, British, French, Dutch and Flemish art from the 17th to the 19th century