Cape Town Big 6 Temporarily Close

By MapMyWay
27 March 2020

Cape Point Art Route, Cape Town Big6, #CTBig6
Temporary Closure to Stem Spread of COVID-19

In light of the measures to stem the spread of COVID-19, the Cape Town Big 6 will close all relevant attractions from 26 March to 16 April 2020 in order to contribute to the national effort to stem this health crisis.

Over the past few weeks, the Cape Town Big 6 have taken a number of independent initiatives to ensure the safety of its staff and visitors. Last week, its members took further steps to comply with the National State of Disaster regulations declared by the Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs, Dr Nkosazana Diamini Zuma, and have every intention to comply with new regulations gazetted this week.

As South Africa faces this unprecedented and unpredictable situation, the Cape Town Big 6 will continue to monitor it and work together to maintain confidence in SA’s tourism industry beyond it.

Further updates will be provided to the public and media in due course. In the interim, please take note of the following:

  • Cape Point

Status: Temporarily closed until Thursday, 16 April.

  • Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden

Status: Temporarily closed until Thursday, 16 April.

  • Groot Constantia

Status: Temporarily closed until Thursday, 16 April.

  • Robben Island Museum

Status: Temporarily closed until Thursday, 16 April.

  • Table Mountain Cableway

Status: Temporarily closed until Thursday, 16 April.

  • V&A Waterfront

Status: Majority of the V&A Waterfront will be temporarily closed until Thursday, 16 April, however a section of the Victoria Wharf Shopping Centre will be open to allow grocery stores, pharmacies and financial services to trade.

Cape Town Big 6, #Big6

Regular updates will be given via the Cape Town Big 6 Facebook or Twitter page. #CTBig6

See also Cape Town Green Map