The stone table and benches make for a wonderful picnic spot.
If you swing high on the big rope, it feels like you can touch the sky!
between Camps Bay & Bakoven
It's quiet and small - a perfect place to relax and keep an eye on the kids at all times.
It's great fun to go on little adventure walks between the boulders.
Having kids learn about art in a world-class museum is simply fantastic.
Riding the museum’s glass elevator high up to the 6th floor makes tummies tickle.
Zip Zap Circus
Your kids will be awed, while you are supporting a good cause at the same time.
Kids love seeing other kids perform and to be able to identify with them.
There's comfortable seating, relatively easy parking, but often long bathroom queues.
Kids like playing on the massive set of stairs before and after the show.
It's a top spot for a sunset picnic.
Kids love climbing the granite boulders at either end of the beach.
The boulders provide some shade on hot days and a sense of privacy.
Playing hide and seek between the boulders is the best!
Maiden’s Cove tidal pools
The views of the Twelve Apostles, Camps Bay and the Atlantic Ocean are exquisite.
Different pools, a play area and grass to run - a kids' paradise!
Camps Bay beach & tidal pool
Apart from all the obvious perks, there are lots of (restaurant) toilets nearby!
Kids love walking around the tidal pool’s stone walls and jumping off!
A trendy yet family friendly beach option, easy to reach from town.
There's lots of space to play ball and many other kids around.
Sea Point Swimming Pool
Families love the different pool options for kids of different ages.
Jumping off the diving board is thrilling every time.
Long Street Baths
Parents love the nostalgic architecture and the old-world wall tiles.
Kids are allowed to jump in from the side of the pool.
Cape Town Fish Market
The eatery offers a vast menu with an overall impressive quality of food.
Each kid gets a set of stackable crayons and a drawing book with stickers.
Feel a wave of nostalgia when choosing songs from the jukebox.
The shakes are yum. Kiwi & Bubblegum is a kids’ favourite.
It's a relaxed food stop right by one of the world’s most famous beaches.
For a treat, the chocolate pizza – with Nutella, banana and ice cream – is super special.
The extremely friendly staff isn’t put off even by the wildest horde of kids.
A jumping castle inside a restaurant is hard to beat.
Grand Africa Café
The seafood pizza is scrumptious with sizzling prawns, mussels, calamari and salmon.
Play in the sand, climb the rocks and watch the passing ships.
The Company’s Garden
It’s a lovely and tranquil setting under beautiful old trees.
Getting a spot on the massive woven dreamcatcher swing is heaven!
The hearty lamb salad is an all-time favourite!
Getting a marshmallow on a stick from the reception desk is a treat!
The eatery has nice indoor and outdoor seating options.
Kids love getting a cute pretty apron when making pizzas.
Several eateries around the park’s piazza offer good coffee and delicious snacks with relaxing canal views.
It’s great fun to run through the piazza’s water fountain to cool down on hot days.
The connected Deer Park café has free wifi, toilets with toddler seats, yummy food and delicious coffee.
The tall slide is so fast, it blows your hair back!
Pavilion Rotary Park
Bring a drink and snack and relax at the picnic table while the little ones play.
Kids love the multi-seat-rocking horse.
Mouille Point Park
A couple of child-friendly eateries are located directly across the road.
Kids love to scale the green dragon.
Green Point Urban Park
The ‘Tea in the Park’ café is a great place to grab a coffee or snack.
Lots of special jungle gym equipment that you find on no other playground in the city.
Oranjezicht City Farm
This is a great way to introduce your kids to organic food.
Kids like to taste all the different herbs and vegetables that grow here!
It’s a wonderful way of taking part in an ancient Cape tradition.
Who wouldn't love to watch a real cannon getting fired?!
It's a skillful game with lots of laughter, and an opportunity to learn patience and teamwork.
It doesn’t matter how good you are, it’s always great fun.
Blue Train Park
An extremely affordable outing that all kids will love.
Going on a pretend train journey along Cape Town’s beachfront is fabulous.
Erf 81 Market
It’s nice to support an alternative community in the centre of town.
Kids love walking into the rabbit hutch and holding the cute bundles of fur in their laps.
V&A Waterfront Food Market
It's the perfect place to take a break when exploring the many attractions of the Waterfront.
The bubble tea is deliciously awesome!
The market is always open, indoors and central = no need for planning.
The thin, wood-fired pizzas are an all-time favourite.
Oranjezicht City Farm Market
Because the market is fenced in, little ones can stroll around relatively carefree.
There are lots of yummy treats to choose from, from artisanal ice cream to cake lollipops and mango iced tea.
V&A Waterfront, Simon's Town
If you don’t find a special gem, you can browse the massive selection of stones inside the Scratch Patch shop.
Kids love scratching around for their favorite stones.
Finally some smart, demanding digital games for older kids!
It’s totally thrilling, each and every time.
It’s conveniently located right in the city.
The floating obstacle course gives kids delicious goose bumps!
The course is well maintained and the carpets are clean.
Getting a hole-in-one is tricky but feels amazing!
Iziko Natural History Museum
The museum’s 1.5 million scientific specimens ensure there is lots to discover for kids of all ages.
A kids’ favourite is having their photo taken inside the jaws of a gigantic fossil shark.
It’s a great way to teach your kids that the world is even more fascinating than they thought.
The film where the dog travels into space is so much fun!
Cape Town Science Centre
Not only kids will learn lots of new things here, but adults, too.
Playing Mindball, a game where you control the ball with your brain waves, is absolutely awesome!
Two Oceans Aquarium
Kids can easily spend several hours here – a great place to while away a rainy day.
Children love crawling into the ‘Nemo’ tank and having their photo taken.
The classes are not only good for your tots but a great way to meet other parents of toddlers.
Banging on stuff, singing along and dancing - every toddler's dream!
Meditation for Kids
Meditation gives busy kids the opportunity to calm their minds.
Chanting together makes children happy.
The water is chlorine-free to protect young skins.
Kids love the great play equipment in the water.
Kids can join the club, come for a once-off session or have their birthday party here.
It’s even better than Lego!
Green Point Tennis Club
Tennis is great for developing hand-eye-coordination and strategic thinking.
It’s a great place to make new friends.
Woodstock Academy of Music
The parents-and-kids classes turn music making into a family experience.
Being allowed to make as much noise as we like!
Cape Town Scouts
This is wholesome childhood fun that will revive parents’ fondest childhood memories.
Kids love going on new adventures!
It's a great way to help your kids protect themselves against bullies.
Kids like the action!
It’s a pressure-free environment with a ‘play-not-push’ attitude.
Kids love all the different ball games that are played.
Lindt Chocolate Studio
It's a lip-smacking treat that will earn parents many brownie points.
Cape Ballet Centre
Classes follow the Royal Academy of Dance (RAD) syllabus, one of the world's largest and most influential dance training organizations.
The focus of the classes is on the joy of dancing.
Baby Bright Stars
The classes are varied, interactive and fun for little tots.
Bouncing on a big gym ball never gets boring!
The main focus is on creativity, untainted by the need to push for technique.
It’s the most fun you can have with a paintbrush!
The programme is great for building confidence, improving social skills and learning to work as a team.
Being a lifeguard in training – it doesn’t get much cooler than that.
The guides offer a wealth of interesting facts and information along the road.
It turns sightseeing into something fun!
Woodstock Skate Park
Skating teaches calculated risk. Kids learn to start small and work their way up.
Kids love to create their own style, invent a trick, be different to their friends and leave their own impression.
Stand Up Paddle Boarding
All equipment is included, and after a short lesson, everyone paddles with a guide or alone.
It’s a great adventure for a group of friends, and you can even bring your dog along.
Like all aviation sports, paragliding is considered dangerous, but the crew makes sure everyone is as safe as can be.
Your kids won’t be able to stop smiling for days afterwards.
Cape Kayak Adventures
Passionate guides make sure you have a great experience while viewing the Mother City from the water.
Kids love spotting seals, dolphins and lots of fish!
Mill Street Bridge Skatepark
The skate park is right next to the Gardens Centre, so you can get your shopping done while your kids ride.
It's one of the coolest hang-outs in town.
It's a family-friendly way to experience nature and literally view Cape Town from a different angle.
Kids love feeling the wind whizz through their hair as they safely speed down the hill.
De Waal Park
Because it’s a community-run park, it’s always in top shape.
The doggy-shaped benches are lots of fun!
Being on the promenade is taking part in a Cape Town institution.
There's lots of even surface to safely ride your wheels.