The Origins Centre is a world-class museum that provides insight into the intriguing origins of humankind and human development. If you are fascinated by the theory of evolution, then this centre at the University of the Witwatersrand, is a must-visit destination when you come to Johannesburg.
Situated in Milner Park on the Wits University campus in Braamfontein, the Johannesburg Planetarium serves as an academic and educational centre for scholars, researchers and academics who study astronomy. Book a show now.
Melville Koppies Nature Reserve is a World Heritage Site of major historical significance, given that people have lived here since the Stone Age, and the ridges are estimated to be 2.9 billion years old.
The botanical gardens provide a beautiful green space and recreational area for Joburgers and visitors, boasting seven distinct gardens, A popular weekend picnicking site, the park is also one of the best places to visit in Johannesburg to walk your dog, jog or ride a bike.
City Sightseeing's red hop-on, hop-off buses have become a familiar sight on Johannesburg's roads. They're certainly one of the best ways to explore Joburg – whether you're a local or not familiar with the city at all.
Gold Reef City is an entertainment complex that comprises a theme park, casino, hotel and entertainment centre. History, adventure and entertainment all come together at the complex, which is situated on the edge of one of the city’s oldest gold mines.
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