26 Mar
2018

Things To Do In Cape Town This Easter Weekend


 

We have some Egg-citing things for you to do this Easter.

This weekend will not only be a long weekend for most employees, but it is also the weekend of Easter. Easter is a time in which celebrates Jesus Christ’s Passion, crucifixion, and death, which is told in the Bible.

With the weekend being extended, why not spend this time with friends and family. There are a lot of things happening this Easter, and considering the kids, here is a list of things to do:

Experience Nature This Easter
With all the work stress in your life, why not have a peaceful Easter by getting out in nature and enjoying the fresh air. Get the family together and hike up and around the Delvera Farm vineyards while the sun sets. You and the family can start arriving at Dirtopia Trail centre at Delvera Farm from 4:30pm. Did we mention the free Easter eggs for all hikers?
When: Saturday, 31 March 2018
Price: Hike is R100/p for adults and R50/p for children under 10. Price includes a shuttle service at the end of the hike and a map. The Delvera Cafe will be open until 9:30pm.


Delvera Farm, R44, Stellenbosch | +27 (0)21 884 4752

Bugz Playpark Brings Out The Bunnies
Bugz Playpark is an ideal place to take the kids on a fun-filled family day. The playpark will host its popular Easter Egg hunt, as well as a number of other Easter-themed activities on Family Day. The little ones will experience events like hoppety hula-hooping and pin the tail on the bunny. Keep your eyes peeled for the magician, juggler and roller-skater that will be there to thrill and delight the little ones.
When: Monday, 2 April 2018 at 11h30
Cost: Adults: R50/p, grandparents: R35/p, children: R60/p, children under two enter for free. VIP wristbands: R120/p – includes entrance and unlimited rides, excludes facepaint and access to the petting zoo farm, tokens: R10 each.


50 Tarentaal Road, Joostenbergvlakte | +27 (0)21 988 9936

Get Some Sun With The Farm Fun
What better way than to keep the family entertained on an animal farm? Vredeheim in Stellenbosch has lots of activities that are fun for the whole family, and expect something extra special planned for Easter. There will be an Easter egg hunt for the kids and they will be able to trade in their eggs for marshmallow eggs! Adults, however, can hunt in the Big Cats Park and stand a chance of winning 12 bottles of wine and six gin and tonics. Wow, there really is a little bit of something for everyone in the family.
When: Monday, 2 April 2018.
Cost: R40 for kids and R20 for adults in the Animal Farm. R45 for kids and R70 for adults in Big Cats Park.


Vredeheim Farm, Baden Powell Drive | +27 (0)83 391 5510

Eggs-perience The Open Air

Sometimes, all you need is a nice relaxed time watching a movie while the kids are enjoying themselves with some playtime. That is exactly what the Galileo Open Air Cinema is offering you. On Easter Sunday, you will be able to watch Rise of The Guardians at the Kelvin Grove Club in Newlands. While you enjoying the movie, your kids can enjoy jumping castles, face painting, balloon artists, interactive games and an Easter egg hunt. Remember, there will be food on sale or you can pack a picnic basket.
When: Sunday, 1 April 2018. Doors open 4pm and the movie starts at 7:45pm
Cost: R150/p (includes blanket, backrest, sweet treat, egg hunt and play area access). Kids 10-years and under gets free admission for this event. Get your tickets at http://thegalileo.co.za/buy-tickets/


144 Campground Road, Newlands | +27 (0)71 471 8728

Get Inspiration From A Famous Speaker
Capetonians can spend some time getting inspired by spending some time over the Easter weekend listening to Dr David Molapo – dubbed South Africa’s TD Jakes. The well-known motivational speaker, academic, author and pastor will be the keynote speaker at the Langa Baptist Church Passover Convention.
When: Thursday, 29 March 2018 to Sunday, 1 April 2018, 9am to 1pm daily.
Cost: Free

Langa Baptist Church, Sandile Avenue, Langa | +27 (0)21 694 2177

Whichever way you choose to spend your Easter weekend, spending it with the people that means the world to you is what’s important.
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