Season Greetings, Ho Ho Ho! Yes, it's that merry and festive time of the year again. Often times, we find ourselves with nothing to do and nowhere to go. Well, it's different this time around. Nowhere to go? Know where to go! Here are a few places to see and visit that will at least be open this Christmas.
At The Rockwell Dinner Theatre, the Khayelitsha Gospel Choir will be performing live on the 25th and your afternoon can be accompanied by the melody of Christmas Carols. Exciting local meals will be served, anything from snoek pate to chicken & prawn curry. Admission fee is R450 per adult and R225 per child.
Movie at Galileo Open Air Cinema will be screening The Santa Clause at the Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens on the 25th of Dec. Spend some quality time with family and all your loved ones under the Africa stars while enjoying a good laugh and a perfect sunset. Afterall Christmas is time for family. Tickets are R150 per person.
Hope Street, Christmas is also time for giving and if you are in the spirit of giving, why not Spend your Christmas morning volunteering at Hope Street? Food will be served to homeless in Green point and you can join the Hope Street team at 10 am. You can also donate as much food as you can.
UltraNoize XMas Special Trance Party in Brackenfell is the 6th annual UltraNtoise Christmas party worth seeing. Whether you are into trance music or you just want to try something new, it's definitely something that will have you head over heels. Admission fee is R150 per person.
City Sightseeing with the Red Bus is one of Cape Town's most loved activity. Why not try it with your family this Christmas? With the Red 'hop on hop off' Bus, you can enjoy a range of tours which include the Cape Town City Tour to Table Mountain, Cape Explorer, a Full Day Cape Point Tour. The Cape Explorer: Full-Day Franschhoek & Stellenbosch Winelands Tour, Camps Bay, V& A WaterFront and Table Mountain Aerial Cable Way are among other tours available.