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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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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 – 9PM (Mon-Sun)
The history of shipping is, in essence, the history of Cape Town. The Iziko Maritime Centre features an overview of this fascinating story. It also has on exhibit the earliest existing model of Table Bay harbour, completed in 1885 by prisoners and warders of Breakwater Prison. Images depicting Table Bay from the 17th to the 20th century give an idea of the development of the harbour. There is a collection of ship models and objects associated with shipping in Cape Town, in particular the magical era of the mail-ships. Large and medium-sized images abound and there is an emphasis on the Union-Castle Line. A key part of this resource centre is the John H. Marsh Maritime Research Centre: this collection includes, among other fascinating things, an important archive of nearly 20 000 photographs, depicting 9 200 ships dating from the late 1920s to the early 1960s. This museum is a treasure trove for the shipping enthusiast, but also has a lot to offer the casual visitor.