Enjoy walking to unexplored parts of this fort, originally built in 1666 and still used as an army base. Jeanne Bonnema has spent the last year researching stories about this heritage site, including the secret World War activities, anti-Apartheid activism and a cheeky baboon.
The Castle re-opens on Fri having been closed for several weeks for the filming of TriStar's Woman King, being released in Sept. (The Castle was also a location in Netflix's Crown.)
- 10h00-12h00 Tues 14 December 2021
- Meet at the Castle's main entrance under the bell tower, the other side of the pediment in the picture.
- Price R300
- Once we arrive we each pay the Castle's entry fee - R50 adults, South African pensions and students R25; free for tourist guides.
- Email Kate to book - email@example.com
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