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FFreedom Park is a cultural institution with a museum and a memorial dedicated to honouring those who contributed to South Africa's liberation struggle. The museum aims to narrate the story of the African continent - from the dawn of humanity, through pre-colonial, colonial and apartheid history to the South Africa of today.
IIt provides an empowering heritage destination which mobilizes reconciliation and nation building in South Africa; to reflect upon the past, improving the present and building the future as a united nation. Freedom Park is where you go if you want to teach and celebrate peace, unity, freedom and human dignity. They invite each and every South African, as well as visitors to the country, to celebrate with them – a place that stands as a monument to humanity and freedom.
South African urban architectural design tours introduce visitors to the eclectic array of styles and influences behind the country’s most iconic buildings.
South African Breweries’ World of Beer in Newtown Cultural Precinct, Johannesburg, presents a fascinating history of beer globally, and brewing in South Africa – with some welcome samples thrown in.
Wits Art Museum – part of the University of the Witwatersrand – houses an African art collection that was started in the 1920s and includes masks, photographs, paintings and more.
Sandton is Johannesburg’s financial capital, as well as boasting 5-star luxury hotels, world-class conference venues and premier shopping destinations, including Sandton City, Nelson Mandela Square and the Marc.
In Pretoria (sometimes referred to as Tshwane) there are plenty of day spas, health hydros and wellness retreats within the city itself and in easy driving distance to restore your energy.
Randlords in Braamfontein’s South Point Towers is an exclusive rooftop bar and lounge venue for corporate and private events.
The Teatro at Montecasino has hosted a range of top international and local productions from ballets and ice shows to operas since it opened in 2007.
Meat features in one form or another on restaurant menus across South Africa, from small town Karoo lamb or venison to upmarket beef steaks.