1Union Building, Pretoria
The iconic building designed by famed architect of the time Sir Herbert Baker, are the seat of South Africa’s government.
2Castle of Good Hope, Cape Town
This star-shaped fortification with its 5 bastions was built by the Dutch settlers between 1666 and 1679 and is recognised as the oldest building in the country.
3Houses of Parliament, Cape Town
The scene of many political landmarks, the Houses of Parliament narrate the story of South Africa from 1885 to the present.
4Groot Constantia, Cape Town
This superb example of Cape Dutch architecture is today a museum located on a working wine farm. Tour the restored homestead and modern wine cellar.
5Graaff Reinet, Eastern Cape
The fourth oldest town in South Africa has an unmatched architectural heritage that includes over 220 heritage buildings in Cape Dutch, Karoo and Victorian style.
6Kleinplaasie, Tulbagh, Western Cape
One of the most complete examples of an 18th-19th century Cape Dutch Village in South Africa.
The oldest homestead in the colourful Bo-Kaap (Malay Quarter) area now holds the Bo-Kaap Museum.
8Sammy Marks Museum, Gauteng
A splendid Victorian mansion owned by Sammy Marks, an entrepreneur who made his fortune in South Africa. The home is now a museum, furnished as it was during his lifetime.
9Dorp Street, Stellenbosch
Has the longest row of historic buildings in the country, No. 116, Voorgelegen, and the old Lutheran Church, built in 1851, among them.
10The Slave Lodge, Cape Town
One of the oldest buildings in Cape Town. constructed in 1679 to house the slaves of the VOC (Dutch East India Company).