On a cold or rainy day, you can spend the whole day here, pursuing different activities.
Kids love the buzz and all the shiny lights.
Bread and Butter Co
There are tables inside the fenced-in play area so parents can relax while watching the little ones play safely.
The cute wooden Wendy house invites to imaginary play.
It's a meal steeped in history: the restaurant’s walls were built around 1785 from cow dung, sand, hay and whale (!) bones.
The home-made ice cream is totally yum!
Dutch Haven Bistro
The children’s menu even caters for tiny tots, offering finger biscuits and mashed fruit, served with a sterilized baby spoon.
Toddlers have a great time in the safe, garden-style play area.
It's a great opportunity to take home some authentic Italian produce from the little deli inside the club.
Whizzing around the tables is no problem here because Italians love family.
The restaurant is love for its stunning view of Robben Island and relaxed beach vibes.
Climbing onto the old fishing boat on the lawn invites to many imaginary adventures.
The fresh seafood and fabulous cocktails make it a winner.
Kids love the Zebra sushi roll and the butterfly roll with strawberry.
23 Jump Street
Adults can get some shopping done while the kids get rid of some extra energy.
The tricky obstacle course adds extra fun!
The Ice Station
Ice skating hand-in-hand with the whole family creates happy memories.
Because they play cool music, it’s like dancing on ice!
The Kids Gym
The gym organizes fun yet healthy kids’ birthday parties, too.
The PlayZone is super cool, taking the ‘work’ out of the workout.
It's a relatively affordable way to create a day to remember, especially if you go for the bulk tickets option.
Speed = fun!
The coffee shop’s barista makes a mean cup of java while you wait for your kids to finish their session.
Kids love to browse through all the epic gear in the integrated shop: from clothes to footwear, boards, backpacks and hats.