Lives in johannesburg
Since Jul 2013
35-49 year old female
Points of Interest & Landmarks, Government Buildings, Historic Sites
Speciality Museums, Beer Tastings & Tours
Science Museums, Art Museums, Speciality Museums, History Museums
Caverns & Caves
Arenas & Stadiums
Historic Walking Areas
Points of Interest & Landmarks
The Fort is a great piece of History, although dark, the architecture is awesome and dates back to early years.
A sombre look at past History, but an eye opener to life in jail over the period on review. Great exhibits.
A great group of people really doing some good in the community. They host the Hillbrow and Yeoville tours. The Hillbrow tour starts off with a trip to the bowels of Ponte City as well as views for the 51st floor of this amazing building. A walk through the streets of Hillbrow and a visit to a Local Tavern. Loved this tour and think that everyone should try and do it at least once.
A gem hidden in the city. The tour is very interesting and the exhibits are world class, you get drawn into a whole different word as you journey through the history of beer . You can finishe this off with lunch on the balconly overlooking Johannesburg.
There are so many historic sites in and around Soweto, which are better explored in a group or with a tour guide.
Interesting displays and very well laid out with lots of information to take in. Audio guides are included in the price of the ticket. A must see.
A must see for everyone that has ever heard of Apartheid, a look into a time that was and will never be again.
Little Hidden gem in the Rhino and Lion park, an awesome cave that has lots to see and definitely worth the trip out.
Great day out for the family, take your picnic baskets and relax for the day. There is a resturant in the grounds as well if you dont want to take your own food, lots of animals to see and large amounts of ground to cover.
The calabash, great piece of architecure. Usually used for games or concerts, but worth a drive to see how big it is.
A great place to see the regeneration of the city and to see the various Graffiti artworks in and around the area.
A shoppers paradise, whatever you are looking for you should find here. Great prices great food .
Great venue and great displays, History right before your eyes. a definite must on the list of things to do in Johannesburg. There is a coffee shop in the Museum that you can relax in on your journey down the annals of History.
An amazing precinct that even most people who live in Johannesburg are still discovering, the food on offer various from Ethiopian to Italian. Great vibes and on the weekend there are lots of markets going on as well as opportunities to view the artworks.
In the middle of the city is this gem that is housed behind closed doors that if you didnt know where to look you wouldnt find it. Put it on the list to go and see what is going on here - lots of food, goodies and vibes to be had.