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BODY WORLDS Vital is an all-new, unique exhibition celebrating the wonder, resilience and fragility of the human body. Visitors will get a detailed look at the human body and its keenly intelligent design, explore how it functions and see what happens when disease strikes.

As a guideline, BODY WORLDS Vital is recommended for children aged 8+. Children should be accompanied by an adult.

Opening Times: 9am – 6pm, 7 days a week. Last admission: 5pm

Estimated time to view the entire exhibition: 1.5 - 2 hours

http://www.sci-bono.co.za/

 

Hop On Hop Off City Bus

This is a full day activity. Hop on and hop off the double-decker red bus and discover Johannesburg. With informative audio commentary about all our major attractions in 15 different languages (and a special channel for kids), City Sightseeing tours are the easiest and most fun way to see the sights.

The best way to see all of Johannesburg in 1 day and learn about its fascinating history https://www.citysightseeing.co.za/johannesburg/content/experience it is safe to hop on and off at all the stops and gives you an opportunity to explore, sit at restaurants, go to different shops, and go back on the bus all in 1 day. The bus stops by the Apartheid museum and even goes to Soweto if you feel like more history.

 

The Cradle of Humankind and Sterkfontein caves will take at least 4-6 hours of the day.

If you visit the nearby game viewing parks you can plan this for a full day.

http://www.maropeng.co.za

http://www.maropeng.co.za/content/page/maropeng-exhibition-highlights

http://www.maropeng.co.za/content/page/explore-the-caves

 

In the same area you will find the Rhino and Lion Park, http://rhinolion.co.za and the The Lion Park, http://www.lion-park.com, both fantastic options to view some of our wildlife up close.

 

Mall of Africa

http://www.mallofafrica.co.za

Mall of Africa is South Africa’s largest shopping Mall ever built in a single phase with 130 000m2 of retail space, and will be home to over 300 shops many of which are flagship stores. In addition to a vast array of both local and international brands the Mall also boasts uniquely identified court areas made for easy shopping navigation as well as exceptional access, location and visibility.

Located in Waterfall City, Mall of Africa has an elegant design enhancing the environment it is positioned within.

 

Other great shopping and eating out destinations all nearby

http://www.44stanley.co.za

http://www.rosebankartandcraftmarket.co.za

http://www.rosebankmall.co.za/join-our-newsletter?status=complete

http://www.sandtoncity.com/libproperties/content/en/sandton-city/sandton-city-home

http://www.nelsonmandelasquare.co.za/libprop/content/en/nelson-mandela-square/nelson-mandela-square-home

https://www.tsogosun.com/montecasino

http://marketonmain.co.za

http://www.bryanstonorganicmarket.co.za

 

Places of interest in the area:

44 Stanley Ave, Johannesburg, 2092

http://www.44stanley.co.za/index.html#home

Braamfontein neighbourhood market, 73 Juta Street, Braamfontein, every Saturday http://www.neighbourgoodsmarket.co.za/johannesburg/about-us

 

For all your shopping needs you can visit Sandton City Mall:

http://www.gauteng.net/attractions/sandton_city/

Art lover? You can visit the Goodman gallery:

http://www.goodman-gallery.com/

Visit the world of golf for a relaxing day on the course:

http://worldofgolf.co.za/

A great dining experience:

http://pigallerestaurants.co.za/sandton/

www.pappasrestaurant.co.za/

Rosebank rooftop market:

http://www.rosebanksundaymarket.co.za/ - only on Sunday

Apartheid museum:

http://www.apartheidmuseum.org/

Constitutional Hill:

https://www.constitutionhill.org.za/

27 boxes:

http://27boxes.co.za/melvilles-27boxes-opens-its-doors/