Fun Things to Do in Cape Town with Kids (76 Activities)

Fun Things to Do in Cape Town with Kids

Discover 76 exciting activities across Cape Town, from the Atlantic Seaboard to the Cape Winelands, that will keep children of all ages entertained

Cape Town is a fun holiday destination. It is a city that appeals to visitors across the board.

Most of Cape Town’s suburbs cater for visitors of all ages and a variety of interests.

There are hundreds of exciting activities for children, ensuring you will not run out of ideas for things to do in Cape Town with kids.

Fun activities to keep the kids entertained

As you’ll see below, Cape Town offers many fun activities. Most places have activities for children of all ages. Some are even free or cheap. Families on a budget will also have loads of exciting options for fun things to do around the city.

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Atlantic Seaboard activities

When booking your self-catering vacation rental on the Atlantic Seaboard, you will enjoy a central seaside location. The suburbs of Camps Bay, Clifton, Bantry Bay, Sea Point, Green Point and Mouille Point are close to the Mother City’s best beaches. There are also plenty of fun activities for kids of all ages.

Enjoy experiencing southern Africa’s diverse marine life at the Two Oceans Aquarium. There is a designated kiddie’s area, touch pool and more.

Opening hours: Daily from 09:30 to 18:00.

Ideal ages: All ages.

Price: Free entry for children under four. E-ticket prices between R90 to R185, depending on age.

Weather notes: Indoors, so visit come rain or shine.

Visit: Dock Road, V&A Waterfront (view on Google Maps )

Website: aquarium.co.za

Board The Jolly Roger Pirate Boat, operated by Yacoob Yachts, for an unforgettable harbour cruise. You may even get lucky and see dolphins and whales. Yacoob Yachts has a variety of vessels departing from the V&A Waterfront.

Opening hours: Morning, lunchtime, afternoon and sunset cruises.

Ideal ages: All ages, children under 12 enjoy the Jolly Roger pirate show.

Price: A morning or afternoon ride costs R95 per child and R190 per adult. A sunset cruise costs R160 per child and R320 per adult.

Weather notes: Hop on board when the weather is sunny and the wind moderate.

Visit: Quay 5, V&A Waterfront (view on Google Maps )

Website: yacoobyachts.co.za

A fun ferry ride departing from Table Bay takes you on an educational site visit of the historic prison island.

Opening hours: Tours depart daily at 09:00, 11:00 and 13:00.

Ideal ages: All ages.

Price: R200 per child under 18 and R360 per adult.

Weather notes: Pick a day when it is sunny and not too windy.

Visit: Nelson Mandela Gateway, V&A Waterfront (view on Google Maps )

Website: robben-island.org.za/tours

A ride on the Cape Wheel with its 360ᵒ views of Cape Town is a highlight for children of all ages.

Opening hours: Monday to Thursday from 12:00 to 22:00, Friday from 12:00 to 23:00, Saturday and Sunday from 10:00 to 22:30.

Ideal ages: All ages.

Price: Free for children under four. Children between 4 and 17 years pay R75. Adults pay R150 each.

Weather notes: Good weather makes for amazing views.

Visit: Market Square 1, Dock Road, V&A Waterfront (view on Google Maps )

Website: capewheel.co.za

The Sea Point Promenade is a broad boardwalk. It has space for people from all walks of life. It runs the length of Sea Point’s beachfront from Mouille Point to Bantry Bay. There are play areas, outdoor art and gym installations on the Promenade. It also houses Cape Town’s sparkling municipal swimming pool complex, the Pavilion. Included here are a 50m Olympic size swimming pool, two kiddie’s splash pools and a deep diving pool.

Opening hours: In summer from 07:00 to 19:00 and in winter from 08:30 to 17:00.

Ideal ages: All ages.

Price: R13,20 for children aged 3 – 15 and R25,30 for adults.

Weather notes: Sunny warm weather is great for swimming.

Visit: Beach Road, Sea Point (view on Google Maps )

Website: westerncape.gov.za/sea-point-pavillion-swimming-pool

This kiddie’s zone is the perfect spot for things to do in Cape Town with toddlers. It is in Mouille Point, on the Promenade with the Atlantic Ocean as a backdrop. There is an “Old Lady” Mini Blue Train, Mini-skate Park and various bike tracks. It also has a jungle gym, obstacle course and an astroturf soccer pitch.

Opening hours: In summer, Tuesday to Sunday from 09:30 to 18:30. In winter,  Tuesday to Thursday from 12:00 to 18:00; Friday to Sunday from 09:30–18:30; closed on Monday.

Ideal ages: The train is great for the little ones up to six years.

Price: R28 per person, which includes one free train ride. Under one’s do not pay.

Weather notes: Best suited to fair weather days.

Visit: Next to the Light House, Beach Road, Mouille Point (view on Google Maps )

Website: thebluetrainpark.co.za

The Green Point Urban Park has playgrounds, jungle gym equipment and loads of space for picnics.

Opening hours: Daily from 07:00 to 19:00.

Ideal ages: All ages.

Price: Entry is free.

Weather notes: Best suited to fair weather days.

Visit: Cape Stadium Park, Green Point (view on Google Maps )

Website: gprra.co.za/green-point-urban-park

At the Clay Café in Hout Bay, young Picassos get a chance to paint their own designs on unfired read-made pottery pieces.

Opening hours: Daily from 09:00 to 17:00.

Ideal ages: All ages.

Price: The standard rate of R40 per person includes three colours of paint, firing and glazing. Individual items to paint range in price from R20 to R300 per item.

Weather notes: All weather indoor activity.

Visit: Erf 4080, 177 Main Road, Hout Bay (open in Google Maps )

Website: claycafe.co.za

World of Birds in Hout Bay is the largest bird park in Africa. It provides hours of fascination. Enquire about the bird feeding times for added excitement.

Opening hours: Daily from 09:00 to 17:00.

Ideal ages: All ages.

Price: R45 for children and R120 for adults.

Weather notes: Best enjoyed in good weather.

Visit: Valley Road, Hout Bay (view in Google Maps )

Website: worldofbirds.org.za

More things to do with kids on the Atlantic Seaboard:

Shimmy Beach Club (V&A Waterfront)

Atlantic Outlook Kayak Tour (V&A Waterfront)

Cave Golf at Scratch Patch (V&A Waterfront)

PlayDate SuperPark (V&A Waterfront)

Artjamming (V&A Waterfront)

Up Cycles (V&A Waterfront)

Tommy the Tugboat (V&A Waterfront)

Hop On-Hop Off  open-top bus tours (V&A Waterfront)

Booking your accommodation in Sea Point is idea because it’s near the V&A Waterfront where you will find loads of activities for kids of all ages.

City Bowl activities

The Table Mountain range is a playground in itself. It surrounds the City Bowl. There are many interesting activities here. Enjoy easy access to these activities from Camps Bay. It is only a short drive over Kloof Nek road from your seaside rental to these hotspots.

No visit to Cape Town is complete without a cable car trip up Table Mountain. However, before you rush to the cableway, confirm the operating hours here before you go as they change regularly depending on the seasons and weather conditions.

Opening hours: In winter (May to August), the first car up departs at 08:30. The last car up is at 17:00. The last car down is at 18:00. In summer (September to April), the first car up departs at 08:00. The last car up is at 19:00. The last car down is at 20:00.

Ideal ages: All ages.

Price: Ranges from R145 per child to R330 per adult, depending on the time of day. Online bookings recommended.

Weather notes: The cableway only operates in good weather.

Visit: Tafelberg Road, off Kloof Nek Road, Cape Town (view in Google Maps )

Website: tablemountain.net

Scootours offers non-motorised, eco-friendly fun vehicles for the whole family. Ride around Table Mountain and freewheel down the slopes of Signal Hill.

Opening hours: Three daily tour slots at 9:00, 12:00 and 15:00. Tours are between 90 minutes to two hours.

Ideal ages: 10 years and older, passenger ages 4 – 9 years.

Price: A Scootours outing costs R290 for passengers (four to nine-year-olds) and R590 per driver. Weather notes: Most enjoyable in fair weather.

Visit: 209 Tafelberg Rd, Table Mountain Nature Reserve (view in Google Maps )

Website: scootours.co.za

Visit the most advanced digital planetarium on the African continent. The Iziko Museum Planetarium brings together art, science and entertainment. Its 360ᵒ cinema experience gives visitors a virtual voyage of the universe.

Opening hours: The planetary dome shows take place daily from Tuesdays to Sundays.

Ideal ages: All ages.

Price: R30 for children under 18, adult tickets cost R60.

Weather notes: Suited to all weather conditions.

Visit: 25 Queen Victoria Street, Gardens (view in Google Maps )

Website: iziko.org.za/planetarium

More things to do with kids in the City Bowl

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South Peninsula activities

The South Peninsula comprises the area from Noordhoek’s Long Beach to Kommetjie, through to Cape Point. On the False Bay side, the laid-back seaside suburbs of Simons Town, Fish Hoek, Kalk Bay and Muizenberg await.

Find free, fun activities and age-specific playgrounds at the Noordhoek Farm Village. There are also child-friendly restaurants. Do not miss the weekly Village Market on Wednesdays from 16:00 to 20:00.

Opening hours: Shops open daily at 09:00.

Ideal ages: All ages.

Price: Free entry to the village. Concerts and events may carry a cover charge.

Weather notes: Suited to all weather conditions.

Visit: Corner of Village Lane and Noordhoek Main Road, Noordhoek (view in Google Maps )

Website: thefarmvillage.co.za

Imhoff Farm is home to the double-story Milkwood Maze. This interactive 3D wooden maze portrays various aspects of Southern Africa.

Opening hours: Weekends, school- and public holidays from 09:00 to 17:00, weather permitting.

Ideal ages: Suited to children aged 5 and older.

Price: R50 per person.

Weather notes: Outdoor maze suited to fair weather.

Visit: Kommetjie Road, Kommetjie (view in Google Maps )

Website: imhofffarm.co.za

Kids never get tired of rides. The Cape Point Flying Dutchman Funicular provides a scenic ride. This funicular railway takes visitors from the car park to the upper lighthouse. Watch out for baboons and whales when visiting the Cape of Good Hope nature reserve.

Opening hours: Daily from 09:00 to 18:00 in summer and until 17:00 in winter.

Ideal ages: All ages.

Price: Entry for South Africans R39 for children and R76 for adults. SADC Nationals pay R76 per child and R152 for adults. International visitors pay R152 per child and R303 per adult. Funicular tickets are R35 per child (ages 6 – 16) and R80 per adult.

Weather notes: Visit when the weather is fair to get the best views.

Visit: Cape Point, Cape Peninsula (view in Google Maps )

Website: capepoint.co.za

Get close to an African Penguin colony at Boulders Beach. These wild animals live freely on a sheltered beach. This beach is often wind-free. Kids can enjoy a fun day at the seaside while getting to know the penguins. Best times to see penguins are early morning or late afternoon, especially in January.

Opening hours: December and January daily from 07:00 to 19:30. The rest of the year, daily from 08:00 to 18:30.

Ideal ages: All ages.

Price: Entry for South Africans R20 for children and R39 for adults. SADC Nationals pay R39 for children and R76 for adults. International visitors pay R76 per child and R152 per adult.

Weather notes: Best enjoyed in fair weather.

Visit: Kleintuin Road, Simon’s Town (view in Google Maps )

Website: sanparks.org/boulders-beach

A great variety of gemstones await at the Scratch Patch. Kids can spend hours sorting through the gemstones.

Opening hours: Monday to Friday from 08:30 to 16:45 and on Saturdays, Sundays and holidays from 09:00 to 17:30.

Ideal ages: All ages.

Price: Free entry. Buy gemstones from R22 for a small bag.

Weather notes: Under roof sections makes this activity suited to all weather conditions.

Visit: Dido Valley Road, Simon’s Town (view in Google Maps )

Website: scratchpatch.co.za

Planet Kids has an indoor and outdoor play area. This exciting activity centre also caters for children with disabilities.

Opening hours: Thursday to Sunday, as well as during school and most public holidays, from 10:00 to 17:00.

Ideal ages: From 2 to 13 years old.

Price: Two to 13 years pay R40 for the first hour and R70 for two hours. Babies aged 10 – 23 months’ pay R30 per hour. Parents enter free.

Weather notes: Suited to all weather thanks to indoor and outdoor play areas.

Visit: 3 Wherry Road, Muizenberg (view in Google Maps )

Website: planetkids.co.za

More things to do with kids on the South Peninsula

Higgeldy Piggeldy at Imhoff Farm (Kommetjie)

Horse riding at Imhoff Farm (Kommetjie)

Paintball and Lasertag at Imhoff Farm  (Kommetjie)

Cave Golf at Scratch Patch (Simon’s Town)

SA Naval Museum (Simon’s Town)

Warrior Toy Museum (Simon’s Town)

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Southern Suburbs activities

Discover Cape Town’s leafy Southern Suburbs. All the fun things will amaze you. It is only a 20-minute drive from the Atlantic Seaboard.

The Bike Park at Constantia Uitsig is open to cyclists of all ages and skill levels.

Opening hours: Daily from 08:00 to 18:00.

Ideal ages: All ages.

Price: R65 per day (no charge for spectators) or pay R40 during off-peak hours (8:00 to 9:00). Bike rental between R50 to R120 per hour.

Weather notes: Outdoor cycling is more fun in fair weather.

Visit: Spaanschemat River road, Porter Reform Estate (view in Google Maps )

Website: bikeparkatuitsig.co.za

Kirstenbosch is one of the places to see in Cape Town. Children in particular enjoy the Tree Canopy Walkway. Watch out for the Summer Sunset Concerts to watch local talent perform outdoors.

Opening hours: Daily in summer from 08:00 to 19:00 and 08:00 to 18:00 in winter.

Ideal ages: All ages.

Price: R20 per child (6 – 17 years). Children under six enter free. Adult rate is R70 each.

Weather notes: It is best to visit the outdoor gardens in fair weather.

Visit: Rhodes Drive, Newlands (view in Google Maps )

Website: sanbi.org/kirstenbosch

At Kenilworth Karting, kids can race laps on a 310-meter racetrack in lightweight 140cc vehicles.

Opening hours: Daily from 10:30 to 23:00.

Ideal ages: Children of a minimum height of 1.5m may race.

Price: From R220 per person.

Weather notes: Suited to all weather conditions.

Visit: Kenilworth Karting, 10 Myhoff Road, Claremont (view in Google Maps )

Website: karting.co.za

Rush, an indoor trampoline park, provides a jumping rush for kids and parents.

Opening hours: Monday to Thursday from 13:00 to 21:00. Fridays and Saturdays from 09:00 to 22:00 and Sundays from 09:00 to 19:00. Extended hours during school holidays.

Ideal ages: All ages.

Price: From R150 per child and R130 per adult for one hour.

Weather notes: Suited to all weather conditions.

Visit: Stadium on Main, 104 Main Road, Claremont (view on Google Maps )

Website: rushsa.co.za

The Cape Town Science Centre offers fun for everyone. Stimulating experiments and exhibits are on offer.

Opening hours: Monday to Saturday from 09:00 to 16:30, Sundays and public holidays from 10:00 to 16:30.

Ideal ages: Ages 3 and up will enjoy the experience.

Price: Tickets cost R65 each. Family packages are R230 and the cost is R57 for groups of 10 or more.

Weather notes: Indoor venue so suited to all weather conditions.

Visit: 370B Main Road, Observatory (view on Google Maps )

Website: ctsc.org.za

The be.UP Park is all about fun and adventure. It offers an array of climbing and jumping opportunities for active youngsters.

Opening hours: Monday to Thursday from 11:00 to 18:00 and Fridays and Saturdays from 09:00 to 22:00. Open on Sundays from 09:00 to 19:00. Extended hours during school holidays.

Ideal ages: Suited to children from the age of three and up.

Price: From R85 per child under 1,20m tall for half an hour and R130 per person taller than 1,20m per hour.

Weather notes: Suited to all weather conditions.

Visit: Gardener Place, Rose Innes Street, Pinelands (view on Google Maps )

Website: beuppark.co.za

More things to do with kids in the Southern Suburbs

When is the ideal time to visit Cape Town? We believe that every month has something special to offer visitors to our majestic Mother City.

Northern Suburbs activities

Cape Town’s Northern Suburbs is worth the 30-minute drive from town. There are loads of fun things to do with kids.

Grand West Casino offers The Magic Arcade with games and rides. There is also The Ice Station, ten pin bowling, laser tag and cinemas to keep kids entertained for hours.

Opening hours: All hours.

Ideal ages: Suited to children from the age of five.

Price: Free entry into the Grand West Casino complex. Rates apply for individual games and activities.

Weather notes: Suited to all weather conditions.

Visit: 1 Jakes Gerwel Drive, Goodwood (view in Google Maps )

Website: suninternational.com/grandwest

The Century City development features Intaka Island, a 16-hectare wetland. Here you can view rare birds and majestic flora. Take a ferry ride or stroll along 2km long footpaths. Special holiday programmes make this a great place to visit with kids.

Opening hours: In summer from 07:30 to 19:00 and in winter, from 07:30 to 17:30.

Ideal ages: All ages.

Price: Children under 12 pay R13 each and adults pay R22 each. The ferryboat ride costs R55 for children under 12 years and R65 for adults.

Weather notes: Best enjoyed in fair weather.

Visit: Park Lane, Century City (view in Google Maps )

Website: intaka.co.za

Children can unleash their creativity with paint on canvas at Art Jamming’s studios.

Opening hours: Monday to Sunday 09:00 to 18:00.

Ideal ages: From 8 months old and upwards.

Price: A session includes a canvas and the use of all materials and an apron. The cost is from R150 for an A3 flat panel canvas.

Weather notes: Indoor activity suited to all weather conditions.

Visit: Willowbridge Centre, Carl Cronje Drive, Durbanville (view in Google Maps )

Website: artjamming.co.za

Cool Runnings is South Africa’s first downhill tobogganing track. This 1,2km track hauls sleds up the mountain before letting it loose on its track down the slopes.

Opening hours: Monday to Friday from 11:00 to 18:00, weekends and Public Holidays from 09:00 to 18:00.

Ideal ages: Children between 3 to 7 years ride with an adult. Children may ride alone from 8 years and upwards.

Price: Entry is free, ride ticket prices start from R50.

Weather notes: Closed in rainy weather.

Visit: Opposite Bellville Velodrome, Carl Cronje Drive, Bellville (view in Google Maps )

Website: coolrunnings.capetown

Bugz Playpark is a fun all-weather theme park with plenty of indoor and outdoor play areas and water slides. It is also a great party venue.

Opening hours: Monday to Sunday from 09:00 to 17:00.

Ideal ages: All ages, but particularly great for toddlers and children under 10. Individual rides indicate suitable ages.

Price: Weekdays entry R60 per child and R40 per adult. Weekend and public and school holidays entry R70 per child and R60 per adult. This excludes rides. A VIP day pass, which includes rides, cost R140.

Weather notes: Suited to all weather conditions.

Visit: 56 Tarentaal Street, Joostenbergvlakte, Kraaifontein (view in Google Maps )

Website: bugzplaypark.co.za

More things to do with kids in the Northern Suburb

Nu Metro Cinema (Century City)

Playzone (Durbanville)

Tables@Nitida (Durbanville)

The Hollow Tree (Bellville)

Blasters (Brackenfell)

Battlefield Live SA (Durbanville)

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Cape Winelands activities

The Cape Winelands is a mere 45-minute drive from the city centre. The Helderberg area features Strand, Gordons Bay and Somerset West. Stellenbosch is a popular, leafy student town. Nearby Paarl and Franschhoek are also worth the visit.

Wine tasting is at the order of the day for adults. Plenty of children’s activities make a Cape Winelands visit the ideal family-friendly outing.

Visit the Cheetah Outreach for a chance to meet majestic wild cats and some other animals too.

Opening hours: Daily from 09:30 to 17:00, encounters at 10:00 to 13:00 and 14:00 to 17:00.

Ideal ages: All ages, age restrictions apply for certain encounters.

Price: Entry fee of R10 on weekdays and R5 on weekends and public and school holidays. Encounter rates from R100 to meet a bat-eared fox or meerkat. It is R150 to meet a caracal and R100 per child and R160 per adult to meet an adult cheetah.

Weather notes: Suited to fair weather.

Visit: Cheetah Outreach, R44 Somerset West (view in Google Maps )

Website: cheetah.co.za

Waterworld in Strand is the perfect summer place for families to have fun in the sun.

Opening hours: Open in summer only, from September to April from 09:00 to 18:00 on weekends, school and public holidays. On weekdays, is opens from 13:00 to 18:00. Closed on Mondays during school terms.

Ideal ages: All ages.

Price: Children aged zero – 12 months do not pay. It costs R45 for children aged one to two years. From three years and up, the normal rates apply. Entry fee of R90 for one hour, R105 for two hours and R150 for an all-day pass.

Weather notes: Wonderful on hot and sunny summer days.

Visit: Beach Road, Strand (view in Google Maps )

Website: waterslides.co.za

Vredenheim has more than enough entertainment options. There is a Big Cats Park with lion, tiger and leopard. A game drive on a tractor gives visitors the chance to get close to antelope. On top of that, there is an entertaining farmyard Animal Park.

Opening hours: Animal Farm, Saturday and Sunday from 10:00 to 16:00. Big Cats Experience and Game Drives, daily from 09:00 to 17:00. Feeding times are at 11:00 and 15:00.

Ideal ages: All ages.

Price: Animal Farm, R45 for kids and R25 for adults. Big Cats Experience, R50 for kids under 11 and R75 for adults. Game Drive, R170 for kids under 11 and R225 adults.

Weather notes: Activities suited to fair weather.

Visit: Baden Powell Drive, Stellenbosch (view in Google Maps )

Website: vredenheim.co.za

Where will you find an undercover mini golf course, a Slip ‘n Slide and Spray park, mini Zip-line and more? At Root 44 market’s World of Adventure fun park!

Opening hours: Saturdays and Sundays from 09:00 to 17:00.

Ideal ages: Suitable attractions available for children between 1 to 12 years.

Price: R35 for ages 1 to 2 years and R95 per child for ages 3 to 12 years. R20 adult entry fee. Mini golf costs R35 per person and is available to ages 3 up to adults.

Weather notes: All weather, undercover mini golf available on rainy days.

Visit: Route 44 Market, Corner of R44 & Annandale Road, Stellenbosch (view in Google Maps )

Website: worldofadventure.co.za

Visit this special, interactive animal attraction in the Cape Winelands. Mom and dad will be as enchanted as the kids. The Animal Sanctuary @ Butterfly World has lush tropical gardens and a strong conservation message.

Opening hours: Daily from 09:00 to 17:00.

Ideal ages: All ages.

Price: R49 per child and R88 per adult. Families (2 adults and 2 children) pay R225.

Weather notes: All weather conditions, under roof activities available.

Visit: R44, Klapmuts (view in Google Maps )

Website: butterflyworld.co.za

The Drakenstein Lion Park offers a lion sanctuary and chimp haven. This sanctuary for rescued lions and haven for chimps work hard to ensure a safe future for wild animals.

Opening hours: The Lion Sanctuary is open daily from 09:30 to 17:00. The Chimp Haven is open from 09:00 to 16:30. Lion feeding times are on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 16:00.

Ideal ages: All ages.

Price: Children pay R40 per facility and adults R70. The combo ticket costs R60 per child and R100 per adult.

Weather notes: Outdoor facility suited to fair weather.

Visit: Old Paarl Road, Paarl (view in Google Maps )

Website: lionrescue.org.za

Giraffes and antelopes, birds and reptiles are the focus at Giraffe House near Stellenbosch in the Cape Winelands.

Opening hours: Daily from 09:00 to 17:00.

Ideal ages: All ages.

Price: Children between 2 and 15 years pay R35 and adults pay R55.

Weather notes: Outdoor facility suited to fair weather.

Visit: Corner of R304 and R101, Stellenbosch (view in Google Maps )

Website: giraffehouse.co.za

Children will meet Nile crocodiles galore and a variety of snakes. Le Bonheur Reptiles and Adventures also offers bass fishing.

Opening times: Daily from 09:00 to 17:00.

Ideal ages: All ages.

Price: Croc Pond Tour, R40 for children under 18 and R66 for adults. Snake Centre, R30 for children under 18 and R48 for adults. Crock & Snake Combo, R58 for children under 18 and R92 for adults. Family rates are available. Saturdays and Sundays at 12:00, children under 18 pay R55 and adults R65 fro the Snake Show & Snake Exhibit. The Croc Tour, Snake Show and Snake Exhibit cost R72 for children under 18 and R108 for adults.

Weather notes: Outdoor facility suited to fair weather.

Visit: Le Bonheur Reptiles and Adventures, Babylonstoren Road, R45, Simondium (view in Google Maps )

Website: lebonheuradventures.co.za

Wild and wacky waterslides, a jungle gym and swimming pool make Graceland Venues a fun day out.

Opening times: Tuesday to Friday from 09:30 to 16:30 and Saturdays from 09:00 to 16:00.

Ideal ages: All ages.

Price: Children from 3 to 17 years pay R40 entry and adults R50 entry. The waterslide/pool rate is an additional R80 per person for unlimited rides.

Weather notes: Outdoor venue suited to fair weather.

Visit: Klein Dennegeur Farm, Lustigan Road, Southern Paarl (view in Google Maps )

Website: graceland-venues.co.za

More things to do with kids in the City Bowl

Galileo Open Air Cinema (various outdoor venues and show times during summer)

Eagle Encounters at Spier (Stellenbosch)

Skilpadvlei (Stellenbosch)

Wild Clover Farm (Stellenbosch)

Eaglevlei Playpark (Klapmuts)

Babylonstoren (Klapmuts)

Jankan Farm Stall at Picardie  (Paarl)

The Alpaca Loom (Paarl)

Cape Town, the heartland of South Africa’s wine culture, offers a diverse range of A-list vineyards along world-famous wine routes to explore.

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Cape Town is a great destination for kids

When you are on a tight budget, remember many fun activities in nature is free. You can also choose action adventures and splurge to your heart’s content. Find luxury self-catering family accommodation with Nox Rentals to settle into holiday mode. You will find so many things to do in Cape Town with kids.