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Central Methodist Mission

Attractions

Resembling a location from a Tim Burton movie, this grey Gothic revivalist church with its needle-like spires looks a tad out of place (and a bit too...

Cnr Longmarket & Burg Streets
Free

Centre for the Book

Attractions

Just down the road from the Planetarium, stands another eye-catching, domed beauty. This Edwardian building dedicated to all things bookish was created to...

62 Queen Victoria Street
Free

Company's Gardens

Critics' choice
Attractions

A symbolic bell silently stands testimony to the slaves who tilled and toiled away in what was once a veggie garden providing sustenance for scurvy-stricken...

Government Avenue
FreeMajor venue

Het Posthuys

Attractions, Museums

Formerly known as Stegmansrust, this inconspicuous, thatched Lego-block of a house is believed to be the oldest building in the False Bay area. Built by the...

180 Main Road
Free

Houses of Parliament

Attractions

Back in 1878 Charles Freeman won the grand sum of £250 prize money for his proposed design of the Houses of Parliament, but things went horribly pear shaped...

90 Plein Street
FreeMajor venue

Josephine Mill

Attractions, Museums

In 1818 Johannes Dreyer built a watermill on the banks of the Liesbeeck River. Upon his death, his widow Maria employed a young lad by the name of Jacob...

Josephine Mill Museum, Boundary Road
Free

Old Town House & Michaelis Collection

Art, Attractions, Museums

The first two-storey building ever to grace Cape Town's cityscape, this ornate 1761 Cape Rococo-style construction must have elicited quite a few oohs and...

Old Town House, Greenmarket Square
Free

Rust & Vreugd

Attractions

This tranquil house - seen as the finest surviving example of an 18th-century Cape Dutch farmhouse - is set in what is now a particularly unglamorous...

78 Buitenkant Street
Free