Gold of Africa Barbier-Mueller Museum
A third of the world’s gold is produced in South Africa. In this glitzy museum, based in the historic Martin Melck House (dating from...
Cape Town Partnership
Take a free one-hour stroll around the city centre (by appointment) with folks from the public-private partnership that is working to...
Alexander Bar & Café
Playwright Nicholas Spagnoletti and software engineer Edward van Kuik are the driving duo behind this fun, eccentric space in a gorgeous...
Based inside the Gold of Africa Barbier-Mueller Museum, the main deal here is the evening set meal and show, which can include a djembe ...
98 Strand St, City Bowl · interesting places nearby
Lutheran Church information
Converted from a barn in 1780, the first Lutheran church in the Cape has a striking pulpit, perhaps the best created by the master German sculptor Anton Anreith, whose work can also be seen in Groote Kerk and at Groot Constantia. Go to the room behind the pulpit to see the collection of old Bibles.