Neighbourhood News Update: 1 October 2021

V&A Waterfront welcomes bumper visitor numbers

We’re happy to report that this past long weekend saw more than 50k visitors across the property each day. This is a clear indication that coupled with increasing vaccination rates and the good weather, the general public is ready to start getting out and about again. With positive rates of vaccinations, increased international and local flights and the possibility of more of our international source markets opening for travel, we can look forward to a better festive season at year-end.


Makers Market returns this weekend

Haven’t tried the yummy goodness available at Makers Landing yet? What better way to explore the space than by popping by for the monthly pop-up market, hosted by various foodie entrepreneurs. Live music from some of Cape Town’s most talented performers is also on the menu, so you don’t want to miss out.


Outdoor attractions for the family

Citysightseeing special

Spend the day exploring the bustling harbour on the City Sightseeing red boat. Kids pay R75 and R95 for adults, and guess what? With your tickets you get a complimentary meal from the V&A Food Market.


Hamleys Train

After some time out, the popular Hamleys Train is back this week. Adults and little ones can enjoy a trip around the property at a cost of R25 per person.


Out of Africa Living: now open

You can find the brand new store on the Lower Level of Victoria Wharf Shopping Centre, next to Totalsports.