Johannesburg CBD,Constitutional Court , Johannesburg’s Old Fort Prison
South Africa’s largest city remains its financial and commercial heart. It’s in this fast-paced metropolis that the country’s radical political and social transformation is most evident – this is the ‘Rainbow Nation’ at work. It’s a heady experience, with contrasts of every kind round every single corner.
Our tour sets off for Constitution Hill, home of South Africa’s architectural marvel, the Constitutional Court and site of Johannesburg’s Old Fort Prison (closed Sundays).
We visit and explore the Maboneng Precinct which is a wonderful example of urban regeneration of the eastside of the Johannesburg CBD, which is now home to several independent retail, restaurant, art and entertainment venues – a fresh and unique lifestyle offering of this new exciting development.
We’ll make time to stop at Museum Africa, Johannesburg’s premier cultural history museum; reminiscent of a 1950’s shebeen or pub, and it’s here you’ll really sense the soul of the inner city.
We return to your hotel via the flipside of the coin, the lush, up market suburb of lower Houghton. A city of contrasts, that’s for certain.
From 1 Jan to 31 Oct 2015 this tour departs Tue to Sun only between 08h15 and 08h45 and returns +/- 12h30. This tour is not available on Mondays
Children from 2 – 12 years are half price
Children from 0 – 2 years are free.