Your favourite neighbourhood now has even more to offer! We have gathered up the best promotions and specials for you to take advantage of – whether its for date night, a family day out or a special retail offer.
There are a wide variety of attractions and activities to enjoy on the property. From heritage landmarks to more leisurely pursuits. Fun for all ages.
Meet Makers Landing, the new cornerstone of our food ecosystem.
Working together to support businesses big and small.
A number of apartments are available for rent at the V&A Waterfront, ranging from smaller studios to 1 and 2 bedroom apartments. Living at the V&A Waterfront offers residents security, convenience, a vibrant nightlife and all the amenities you may possibly need.
Apartment living at its most convenient.
The V&A Waterfront is an iconic 123-hectare neighbourhood which welcomes millions of people from all over the continent and world. We celebrate heritage & diversity, champion art & design, support entrepreneurship & innovation & drive positive social, economic & environmental change.
We’re the first attraction in South Africa to adopt the WTTC Safe Travels stamp.
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+27 21 408 7600
Makers Landing: 10AM – 5PM (Fri),
8AM – 5PM (Sat-Sun)
OZ Market: 8:15AM – 2PM (Sat),
9AM – 2PM (Sun)
Food Market: 10AM – 6PM (Mon-Sun)
Watershed: 10AM – 5PM (Mon-Sun)
Battery Park: 9AM – 6PM (Mon-Sun),
Rollercade: operating until 9PM (Mon-Sun)
Victoria Wharf: 9AM – 7PM (Mon-Thu)
9AM – 9PM (Fri-Sun)
This 200-year-old coastal fortification (aka the Watchdog of Table Bay) from 1714 was unearthed during the development of the Clock Tower Precinct in the 1990s. Where cannons used to be fired to repel hostile ships, a visitor attraction is now situated that includes a museum, an exhibition space and an events venue. Much of the Chavonnes Battery was demolished in 1860 to help build the Alfred Basin, but the remains (including a well) have been carefully excavated. These help recreate a picture for visitors of what everyday life in Cape Town was like in the last three centuries for the inhabitants of this city. It tells a tale of postal stones, seafarers, shipwrecks, explorers, convicts, slaves, soldiers and the burghers of the Cape. The largest selection of muzzle-loaded cannons in the country can be seen here – visitors can even fire one. The guided Walking Tour points out fascinating historical relics, such as ancient lifesaving apparatus, the torture treadmill, and the rat catcher’s cottage. This intriguing venue can also be hired for parties, functions, launches, exhibitions and conferences.