• Montebello Design Centre

    See the work of local artists and crafters or relax over a good meal in tranquil surroundings at Montebello. It’s a non-profit organisation dedicated to job creation and good local design. Many artists have studios here so you may just catch them at work Studios & Shops: Montebello Craft Shop, Gardener’s Cottage Restaurant, Greenhouse Nursery, Beloved Beadwork: fine beaded jewellery, John Bauer ceramicist, Beadmakers Guild makes beads for other creative people, African Ethos: African musical instruments, Aspirations Media: broadcast design & motion graphics, Lesley Charnock’s Gallery, Studio, Art School, Ikwezi Art: contemporary African art, Aaron Bakana: garden furniture and fencing, David Krut Projects: fine art & books, D Desks: collaborative design space including M&W Innovative Studio & I:AM Ventures, Prism: human design project, Webfactory: web design & development, Mogalakwena Craft Art: traditional handcraft & contemporary design, Right Mukore: sculpture Butterfly Studio: art classes & workshops exploring the healing nature of arts, Tintiloux: artisanal bodycare products, FlavourUnion: handcrafted food products, Farm Kitchen Table: designing lifestyle from farm to table, Nude Foods: innovative plastic free groceries, Brew Kombucha:Naturally fermented organic rooibos iced tea. Classes offered

  • Rust-en-Vrede Gallery & Clay Museum

    This historic building (declared as a national monument in 1984) houses an Art Gallery, Eatery, various art studios and a Clay Museum. The well-established gallery exhibits contemporary ceramics and artworks, and hosts frequent art-related events, classes and tours.

  • Sanlam Art Gallery

    From 2018 Sanlam celebrates its 100th anniversary and more than fifty years of collecting and showing South African art. With works dating from the late nineteenth century to the present, the Sanlam Art Collection constitutes an historically representative sample of South African paintings,sculptures and prints. Building on its strengths Sanlam continues to acquire works of historical significance as well as important images by emerging contemporary artists. A selection of these works is regularly exhibited in the Sanlam Art Gallery in the Sanlam Head Office in Bellville, which is open free to the public. Travelling themed exhibitions from the collection to various centres and arts festivals in South Africa are organised on a regular basis.

  • University Museum: Sasol Art Museum

    University Museum:  Sasol Art Museum – Presents exhibitions of the University’s art, cultural historical and anthropological collections. Admission charged.

  • Christopher Møller Art

    The Christopher Moller Gallery deals in contemporary art, specializing in art from the African continent.

  • The Cape Gallery

    The Cape Gallery seeks to expose fine art that is rooted in the South African tradition, work which carries the unique cultural stamp of our continent. Rotating exhibitions add to the diverse and often eclectic mix of work on show.

  • The New Junk Shop

    Buying and selling of antiques. Restoration of brass fittings etc. Victorian brass bathroom fittings. Coins and medals. Old porcelain. “Railwayana”. Old toys and marine memorabilia.