Things to do in Johannesburg South


Comprising some of the City’s oldest working class suburbs, the South of Joburg has experienced a recent influx of young home owners relocating to the area from Soweto as a result of better housing options and proximity to places of employment. Johannesburg South includes Joburg’s inner-city east of the city centre, along with Southgate, Fordsburg and Mayfair.

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ArtMatters-Zone

Johannesburg South | Arts & Culture
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Services: Art Classes Paint in The Park School/class Day Trips Team Building Art Parti...

Globe Theatre

Johannesburg South | Theatres
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Johannesburg's original Globe Theatre opened in the early 1890's. Later renamed the Empire Palace of Varieties, it hosted the first moving pic...

Gold Reef City

Johannesburg South | Landmarks & Points of Interest
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This is where visitors can taste life in turn of the century Johannesburg and discover how miners worked, lived and were entertained in the ea...

Horse Racing - Jockey Club of Southern Africa

Johannesburg South | Landmarks & Points of Interest
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Horse racing is a hugely popular sport in South Africa, with regular racing taking place around the country. The sport in South Africa enjoys ...

James Hall Museum of Transport

Johannesburg South | Museums
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Established by the late Jimmie Hall together with the City of Johannesburg in February 1964, the JHMT gives visitors a rare glimpse into Johan...

Johannesburg Expo Centre

Johannesburg South | Landmarks & Points of Interest
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"Meeting your demands, exceeding your expectations" Johannesburg Expo Centre (JEC) - South Africa's largest purpose-built exhibition, convent...

Kaizer Chiefs Football Club Village

Johannesburg South | Landmarks & Points of Interest
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Lyric Theatre

Johannesburg South | Theatres
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The Lyric Theatre website extends to you the same warm welcome that you will receive when you visit our theatre. This luxuriously styled 1100-...

Rand Stadium

Johannesburg South | Sports Complexes
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Rand Stadium was originally built between the years 1949 to 1951 and is located in Rosettenville, a suburb in Johannesburg. The original capac...

Santarama Miniland

Johannesburg South | Landmarks & Points of Interest
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Embark on a fascinating journey through South African history by viewing more than 80 scale models of prominent landmarks. This Fantasy City i...

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James Hall Museum of Transport

Established by the late Jimmie Hall together with the City of Johannesburg in February 1964, the JHMT gives visitors a rare glimpse into Johannesburg's transport history, dating back more than a century. The museum is the largest and most comprehensive land transport museum in South Africa, with thematic displays and exhibits in various exhibition halls.

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The Apartheid Museum

The Apartheid Museum was opened in 2001 and features 22 individual exhibitions illustrating the rise and fall of Apartheid. Considered the leading museum in Apartheid history and 20th century South Africa, the Apartheid Museum was designed and assembled by curators, film makers, historians, and designers. The exhibitions include photographs, film footage, and artefacts documenting the struggle a...

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