The City of Cape Town is pleased to announce that the Cape Town Stadium Visitor Centre will be open to the public from Wednesday, 28 December 2011. This world-renowned stadium which was used for the 2010 FIFA World Cup™ is a must-see for children, families, tourists, sport-lovers and those who appreciate architectural feats.
During a specially created tour, visitors are guided through the hallways of the stadium to the players’ change rooms, the on-site police cells and the VIP hospitality areas. They will also have the opportunity to see the world-class pitch up close.
The adjacent Green Point Park is the perfect spot for an outdoor picnic and there are also guided tours of the Biodiversity Showcase Garden. Visitors are led through three fascinating biodiversity-themed areas focusing on people and plants, a biodiversity discovery trail, and a wetland walk.
Tours commence daily from Tuesday – Saturday at 10:00, 12:00 and 14:00. Prices are as follows:
Bookings and enquiries may also be directed to Nafeesa Williams on 021 417 0101/08 or Nafeesa.Williams@capetown.gov.za
The City welcomes local and visiting individuals, groups and families for an unforgettable experience.