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V & A Waterfront Historical Walking Tour

V & A Waterfront Historical Walking Tour

V & A Waterfront Historical Walking Tour

V & A Waterfront Historical Walking Tour (Cape Town) — Take a step back in time to a bygone era; to a time of sailors, seafarers and intrepid adventurers.  Follow in the footsteps of South Africa’s founders when the majesty of the V&A Waterfront was a brave little jetty built by Jan van Riebeeck in 1654.  Relive the frenzy of the shouts of the sailors and stevedores as we sidestep and expertly navigate the hustle and bustle of this iconic trading port’s vibrant history.

 

South Africa’s oldest working harbor is home to 22 landmarks. Our journey begins at Chavonnes Battery Museum, the harbor’s oldest relic.  The tour then winds its way from Clock Tower Square and will include, but is not limited to the following points of interest:

 

Booking is essential. Visit the V&A Waterfront Information Centre or In-mall Kiosk for bookings and further information. Tours depart daily from Chavonnes Battery Museum at 11 am. Admission: R50 (adult), R20 (children). Free of charge for children below 10 years.