Johannesburg as a city believes in a growth and development strategy that will carry them into 2040. With its nation’s past in mind, showcased sensitively throughout various establishments within the city, Johannesburg regards the future as an opportunity for development and adaptation for the citizens of their society.
You’ll feel right at home with the familiarity of Johannesburg’s hop-on hop-off tour buses! Their double-decker open-top buses allow the whole family to learn what top attractions are available, complete with recorded commentary throughout the twelve stops.
Adults and older children interested in South Africa’s cultural history will want to visit Constitution Hill and the Apartheid Museum. Both establishments illustrate the rise and fall of South African people; their legacy of oppression, segregation and fighting for freedom, they are serious yet insightful experiences that should not be missed out.
Little ones will want to explore Johannesburg Zoo; 55 acres housing over 2000 animals and 320 different species of animals. This populous zoo opens its doors to locals and tourists 364 days a year and is the most popular attraction in ‘Joburg’s’ northern suburbs. Reef City is another attraction you’ll want to head for – built above an old gold mine baking back to 1971, this amusement park is a great family day out. Rides aren’t just the main attraction either; restaurants, theatre shows, gaming and even 4D film experiences are all within reach.
Foodies will have a hard time choosing what to try at the Neighbourgoods Market on Jutta Street. From meat pies to oysters to beer and wine, you will truly have a buzzing afternoon of friendly, authentic flea street vibes. For all your retail needs, Sandton City Shopping Mall is the place to go. It is a large mall that’s open till late including easy access to Nelson Mandela Square; a European styled plaza filled with boutiques, shops and salons against a backdrop of magnificent décor.
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