With everything from the eclectic to the authentic, you will enjoy every second of your cultural tours of Johannesburg. Great food, amazing cultural experiences and natural beauty make this trip worthwhile, always
Lesedi Cultural Village
Located in the Cradle of Humankind; the Lesedi Cultural Village will treat you to an entertaining and educational experience. Discover the cultures and traditions of the Zulu, Xhosa and other African tribes in this heritage themed getaway and enjoy lodging in the middle of Africa’s wilderness.
Wits Art Museum
One of the main destinations for art in Johannesburg, the Wits Art Museum will mesmerize you with its exhibitions which include historic African art and contemporary works from many regions of the continent.
Timing: 10AM to 4PM Wednesday to Sunday
Opened in 1976, the Market Theatre was one of the earlier non-racial institutions of the country and a landmark of Johannesburg culture. This significant symbol of the Rainbow Nation is one of the major venues of acting and drama in the city and has hosted many famous names in the past.
Enjoy the food in Johannesburg with a setting that showcases the culture and art of the region. Some of the favourites at the Coobs Bistro are the char grilled sirloin, the pork belly and the fish special which changes daily.
Timing: 12PM to 4PM Sunday, 12PM to 10PM Tuesday to Saturday (Monday Closed)
South African Breweries World of Beer
For connoisseurs of everyone’s favourite beverage, step into the South African Breweries World of Beer, a museum dedicated to the malted wonders from all over the globe. Learn about the types of beer and its many manufacturing style. There is a tasting section too.
Timing: 10AM to 6PM Tuesday to Saturday (Monday and Sunday Closed)
Encompassing the culture in Johannesburg into an itinerary would be futile, but there are enough spots and institutions that will give you a true experience of what this diverse city is all about.