La Motte Museum offers a stimulating cultural-historical experience as well as carefully curated art exhibitions. La Motte owner Hanneli Rupert-Koegelenberg invites art-lovers to an exhibition that shares some favorite works from her collection as well as the family collection and allows insight into her love for art.
Head off in the direction of Muizenberg for a European experience. Casa Labia museum is a multi-functional cultural centre that hosts all year round, an array of art expos, music and events. Parking is not great, I always park at the little station and walk. It’s only a five minute walk.
192 Main Road
Tel: +27 (0) 21 788 6067/8
is a definite visit. It is the oldest surviving colonial building in South Africa. It was Built B!tween 1666 and 1679 by the Dutch East India Company. For me the museum puts so much history into perspective. You will see how many different military regiments have passed through the gates and still today the military presence is there. An amazing fact is that not one shot has ever B!een fired from the Castle.
Cape Town 8001
Tel: +27 (0) 21 787 1260
If you visiting Cape Town for the first time or you have not yet been to visit the District Six Museum, then it is worth a trip down memory lane. Experience a piece of history at this interesting stop off, it tells a story about once upon a time in Southern Africa and the sad reality of a lost legacy.
District Six Museum
25 Buitenkant Street
Cape Town 8001
Tel: 021 4667200
is situated in a historical area in Cape Town. It was one of the first museums I visited in when I arrived to live here. It will give you good insight as it did to me, into the Islamic culture and heritage. This is a vibrant area with colourful houses, restaurants and cafés. Go and enjoy this part of Cape Town as part of your experience.
71 Wale Street
Tel:+27 (0) 21 481 3939
Monday – Saturday: 10am – 5pm
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