Top 10s Urban experiences in North West
South Africa's answer to Las Vegas, Sun City is a mega gaming facility that includes a variety of plush restaurants, shops, world-class Superbowl entertainment centre and Valley of the Waves water park complete with waves, slides, rides and beach.
2Waterfall Mall, Rustenburg
3Mmabatho Tusk Casino, Mahikeng
For a big night out, head for the Mmabatho Casino where 155 gaming machines and nine table and poker games await you. Take time out by sampling a superb meal at one of three restaurants, chill at a choice of four bars and overnight at the casino when you need a break from all the fun.
A unique feature at the museum are objects and pictures related to the Siege, including part of a steel boiler of the train that was ambushed by General De La Rey's commando at Kraaipan. The hole in this piece of steel was caused by the first artillery shot of the war. The Siege Room exhibits numerous artefacts and photographs of Mahikeng's most famous historical turning point, the Siege of Mafikeng. The museum also features a display dedicated to Sol T Plaatje, academic and founder member of the ANC. His diary of the siege is a rare account recorded by a black person.
7Welwitschia Country Market, Hartbeespoort Dam
This popular open-air market comprises around 40 stalls and shops and 3 restaurants that make the most of the rustic atmosphere surrounding the dam. With play areas designated for children, parents can take time out to enjoy shopping for curios, clothing and more.
8Kruger Monument, Rustenburg
In front of the Town Hall – you’ll find the bronze statue of Paul Kruger cast during his final days before being exiled to Switzerland. French sculptor Jean Jacques Achard created this statue of one of South Africa's most famous leaders.
9Carousel Casino & Entertainment World
This fun fair-themed casino includes an indoor adventure park, interactive arcade, live entertainment and stage shows. While away a few hours at the slots or on the gaming tables and see whether Lady Luck shines on you!
Originally built as a prison in 1809,the Klerksdorp Museum comprises beautiful sandstone buildings that preserve a historical account of the early days of Klerksdorp. An added bonus is that mampoer (peach brandy) is manufactured on the premises!