It's lots of fun to have a drink at the retro but very stylish bar that overlooks the foyer.
Going to a real grown-up theatre to see a show is very cool.
Each play is staged with a lot of humour to delight kids of all ages.
Kids love seeing their favourite children’s stories come to life.
The Rainbow Puppet Theatre
There is decent coffee for sale as well as a delicious selection of home-made cakes and savoury snacks.
Kids love shouting along to warn the puppets of approaching baddies.
Rhodes Memorial Tea Garden and Restaurant
It's a wonderfully old-school place to stop for lunch after a walk on the mountain.
The jungle gym is fun, but crawling around the steps of Rhodes Memorial is even better!
The Gardener’s Cottage
Perfect for a lazy brunch and known for their sumptuous eggs benedict.
‘Driving’ the big wooden tractor is the best!
It's the ultimate pub experience, dating back to 1852.
Children adore having their very own toilets, right at the edge of the play area.
The Eatery Wood Fired Grill
It's friendly, laid-back and offers good value for money.
The Oreo-flavoured milkshake with a cookie on top to lick and dunk is a winner.
Upper Liesbeek River Garden
It’s a tranquil place where you can unwind while the kids feel like in a fairytale adventure.
Kids love to balance on the large flat rocks across the stream.
Choo Choo Park
It's a great pit-stop if you live nearby or have kids obsessed with trains.
Playing in the vintage locomotive never ceases to amuse.
It's a wonderful place for runners, walkers and dog lovers with kids.
You can hire canoes and take them up the river!
There are lots of shady picnic spots for summer. Bring a blanket and a book.
Kids love feeding the ducks!
The annual ‘Shakespeare in the Park’ plays are legendary!
There's space to run, trees to climb and a stream to skip over.
The boomslang offers spectacular panoramic views of the surrounding mountains, the botanical gardens and Cape Flats.
Standing atop the tree crowns makes your tummy tinkle, and life-size dinosaurs are wonderfully scary.
The cakes at the quaint café are to die for.
Finally a place where picking flowers is officially allowed!
Market at the Boon
It’s something fun to do with kids on a Wednesday evening!
Kids love playing ball on the rolling lawns until the sun goes down.
The market is renowned for its delicious potjie pots.
The structured play and art activities in the kids’ section are great fun!
The Kids Shack
An affordable "unlimited playtime" option means you can make a day of it.
There are crafts activities for rainy days and splash fountains for when it's hot!
The café has phone and laptop charging stations so parents won’t run out of juice.
Playing gladiator on the battle beam, with a guaranteed soft landing in thousands of foam pit cubs never gets boring.
Freedom Adventure Park
There are private pods where parents can attend to work while the kids play.
You can play super cool games of Nerf War on selected days.
En Garde Fencing
The sport challenges a child’s body and brain.
Feel like you are in Star Wars or a Musketeer.
Helen O’Grady Drama Academy
Camps Bay, Newlands, Rondebosch, Plumstead
Kids earn to explore life, human emotion and observe behaviour.
Kids love to playfully become another person.
The Play Lab
Camps Bay, Wynberg and Hout Bay
All materials are taste-safe and non-toxic.
Kids love to explore, create and make a mess.
School of Rock
All instructors are experienced musicians who can teach music theory as well as technique.
At the end of a term, you’ll perform on stage!
College of Magic
Imagination knows no boundaries here, and the impossible becomes possible.
You learn how to wave a magic wand to make items levitate through the air!
Kids learn to slow down and notice the world around them.
Seeing your first photo develop in the dark room is so cool!