South End Museum
Offers cruises led by a qualified marine biologist to St Croix, Jahleel and Benton Islands. You can see penguins, Cape fur seals,...
This bell tower, visible from the city centre, was erected to commemorate the landing of the 1820 British settlers. Unfortunately, it’s...
Located on a hill, immediately behind the town centre, Donkin Reserve is a handy point for getting your bearings. Climb up inside the...
Finnezz Restaurant & Cocktail Café
Finnezz is a snappy joint to try a cocktail overlooking the harbour and marina.
The Stage Door is an atmospheric old pub that’s won awards for good-value pub grub, but the surroundings are a bit grungy. It has live...
cnr Walmer Blvd & Humewood Rd · interesting places nearby
South End Museum information
This small museum tells the history of South End, a vibrant multicultural district destroyed by apartheid bulldozers during forced removals between 1965 and 1975 (under the infamous Group Areas Act). The inhabitants were relocated to other parts of the city, designated by race.