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Things to do

History Museum
“The Apartheid Museum, the first of its kind, illustrates the rise and fall of apartheid: The racially prejudiced system that blighted much of its progress and the triumph of reason which crowned half a century of struggle. The Museum has been assembled and organized by a multi-disciplinary team of curators, film-makers, historians and designers.”
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Buurt
“trendy hype district of joburg with many restaurants and unique local shops ”
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Shopping Mall
“Sandton city is about 20 minutes drive from here - a world-class shopping experience plus it has many restaurants and movie houses. Catch the Gautrain to Pretoria for some serious sight-seeing from here”
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Theme Park
“Theme Park Rides and Attractions, One of South Africa's top family attractions, Gold Reef Precinct include theme park and casino intertainment. Located on an old gold mine which closed in 1971, the park is themed around the gold rush that started in 1886. over 30 rides, Trampoline park, 12 Restaurants, 7 stores plus other 15 attractions.”
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Museum
“Situated in the heart of Johannesburg, Constitution Hill is a living museum that tells the story of South Africa’s transition from colonialism and apartheid to democracy, with all the pain, pathos and catharsis that such a journey entails. The site served as a prison and briefly as a military fort for 100 years, incarcerating men, women and even children within its walls. Its long-standing history of incarceration and abuse is today laid bare for all to see (which you can do with a personal guide). The sites of these museums – the Old Fort, the Women's Jail and Number Four – are juxtaposed against profound symbols of human rights, democracy and constitutionalism, making the site a place of remembrance and redemption.”
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Flea Market
“trendy market ..wear your trendiest outfit to go here a place to be seen and see”
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Shopping Mall
“Sandton City is Africa’s most iconic shopping centre. Defining the Sandton skyline, this prestigious setting is home to over 300 of the world’s most coveted retail brands, and embodies all the glamour of world-class shopping, dining, and leisure. For the à la mode, the seekers of indulgence … Sandton City is your city.”
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African Restaurant
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“A definite for visitors to Jozi especially during the summer months when you can take a long walk, feed the ducks or enjoy a boat ride. Have a top-notch meal at Moyo's traditional African eatery”
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Shopping Mall
“Rosebank Mall has most banks, post-office, cinemas, Woolworths Department store, Pick and Pay grocery shop, liquor store, sports and homeware stores, pharmacies, optician and plenty of contemporary fashion”
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Zoo
“The zoo is dedicated to the accommodation, enrichment, husbandry, and medical care of wild animals, and houses about 2000 individuals of 320 species. Established in 1904”
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Nature
“Lovely place to have a picnic or to go fishing. The Botanical gardens and coffee shop are there too. It is very scenic and beautiful. Johannesburg Botanical has a beautiful rose garden with a fountain.”
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Shopping Mall
“Hyde Park Corner is a shopping centre in Johannesburg, South Africa. It is located in Hyde Park at the major intersection of Jan Smuts Avenue and William Nicol Drive. and was completed in November 1969 as one of the first fully enclosed decentralised shopping centres in South Africa.”
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Sport en atletiek
“A brilliant place to run, walk, take photos and enjoy the greenery that Johannesburg has to offer.”
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Plaza
“The famous Nelson mandela statue, with lots of great restaurants and hotels. ”
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Entertainment
“Arts on Main in Johannesburg CBD is Maboneng Precinct’s pioneering development and the heart of this lively neighbourhood, converted from historic warehouses and industrial buildings into artist studios, galleries and quirky shops. The complex houses the studio space of leading contemporary artists William Kentridge Mikhael Subotzky, and Kim Lieberman, and art galleries such as GoetheOnMain, NIROXprojects, David Krut Projects, and Parts&Labour Design Studio. ”
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Shopping Mall
“A city within a city, Melrose Arch offers the most prestigious and top-class/fine-dining restaurants and clothing stores. ”
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