• The Castle of Good Hope

    The Castle of Good Hope is South Africa’s oldest surviving building built by the VOC shortly after the Dutch, under Jan van Riebeeck, landed at the Cape. The building’s original decor has been restored and it is now a popular museum. The Castle also often hosts events and special exhibitions. Its position was the original shoreline – the Foreshore area of Cape Town is all reclaimed land. There is a lovely tea room and courtyard with a good view of Table Mountain.

  • Watershed

    Explore a world of African innovation, craft and design – all under one roof. The newly renovated and ingeniously re-imagined Watershed is a physical manifestation of Africa’s characteristic culture and philosophy. Hosting over 300 names in local design and over 150 traders selling a wide variety of locally produced, handcrafted products, the Watershed offers something to appeal to every creative-at-heart. Visit the Watershed and discover a myriad of locally sourced and produced art and crafts, from design and furniture to fashion and jewellery. Your shopping experience will not be complete without popping into the dedicated Wellness Centre on the mezzanine level, for a selection of treatments and wellness products.

  • Ebony City Centre

    Ebony is a unique and exclusive design space & fine art gallery that showcases the finest in modern bespoke SA furniture, home accessories and a diverse collection of South African art.

  • Iziko Koopmans- de Wet House

    The oldest house museum in the country, it was originally built as a home for a well-to-do Cape family during the late 18th century.

  • Iziko Maritime Centre

    The Iziko Maritime Centre provides an overview of shipping in Cape Town, with images depicting Table Bay from the 17th to 20th century.

  • Streetwires

    Working artists’ studio with over 20 wire and bead artists, creating some of the most beautiful craft available in South Africa. Visit the shop and studio and speak to the artists while viewing their work.

  • Avoova Cape Town

    For some of South Africa’s most beautiful and luxurious gifts, accessories, tableware and objets d’art visit AVOOVA’s flagship store in Bree Street. Using hatched ostrich eggshell, collected from local Karoo farmers, AVOOVA’s artisans have created a unique décorative finish that captivates with its sensuality and quality workmanship. Take a piece of ancient Africa home with you.