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- Wynberg Park - District Six Museum - Super Park &HitHunt

It's that time of the year, the festive season is here. We know that staying indoors is not a thing during this season. That is why in this issue we will be taking you to a historic site and for those who love boerewors rolls, we have just the spot for getting that fire started. What’s a holiday without fun? Also get to hear about a play park that recently opened at the V& A Waterfront.

1) District Six Museum

If you happen to have missed some important informatio­n about our country during history class. Maybe you just want to have a broader understand­ing of the activities of injustice that occurred during the apartheid era. This is the perfect place to start. The District Six Museum takes us back to the late 1960s when residents of the District Six area were forcefully removed from the area as it was declared a “whites only” area. Get to know how the displaced residents learned to survive after losing their homes and their valuables during this period.

A smell of wood greets you as enter the museum. Portraits and antique furniture, like a time machine, takes you back into the 1970. Make your way to District Six Museum and experience the pleasures and pains of our South Africa’s horrific past. Through this experience you will learn to cherish and appreciate the South Africa we now live in.

Entrance: Adults R40 (self guided tour) | R55 ( with guide) Children R5 (SA & African) | R15 (Internatio­nal) Senior Citizens enter for Free

2) Wynberg Park

Nothing says holiday like a braai. Other countries might have barbeques but only in South Africa will you get the real deal. Wynberg park is the perfect place for a public holiday chill or even a weekend with the family and friends. The park is such a big and open space suitable for picnics and relaxation. There are designated braai areas all around the park and a jungle gym for the children to play in. If you are looking for a tranquil park that has a lot of tree shade, that is spacious and has braai areas, then look no further because Wynberg Park will surely cater all your needs. Make your way there and get your braai on.

Entrance: Free

3) Super Park & HintHunt

Super Park opened this year and it is a fantastic place to let your hair down and forget about your boss at work or the repairs that need to be done around the house. This place caters for both children and adults. The indoor playground is one way of getting the kids away from the tv and cell phone screens and get them to play and have fun the traditiona­l way. With the beautifull­y structured maze, obstacle course, Flying Fox Zip Line, Escape Games, extreme structures, 3D maze, you can be rest assured that Super Park will keep the little ones active the whole day. There are play areas for children who are of a younger age too. Safety measures are taken to ensure a safe playing environmen­t for everyone.

Super Park & HintHunt

In their facilities there is Hit Hunt, a mind challengin­g and team building game for teens and adults. The iLocal team got an opportunit­y to participat­e in one of their games and it was such an amazing experience. In that game there is no individual­ity, only team work. It is the kind of game that strengthen­s the communicat­ion of the team and listening skills. This kind of activity is not only fun but also mind opening. It is a great way to build up either your employees or playing as family members. Make your way to the Super Park you will not be disappoint­ed.

Entrance:

SuperPark prices: General – R120 for 1 hour | R200 for 2 hours | R250 for All Day Pass

Drop & Go: R180 for hour | R340 for 2 hours

HintHunt prices: from R840 for 3 members | from R1 120 for 4 members | from R1 400 for 5 members | from R1 680 for 6 members

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