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Sci-Bono i Newtown is a state of the art interactive science and technology centre where kids — big and small — will learn to love science. Lindfield Victorian House Museum This unique tribute to the Victorian lifestyle in Auckland Park is a living museum that shows you how a Victorian family would have lived.
They even run holiday programmes to keep kids busy and exploring during the school holidays. A fascinating tour costs R50 per child, with tea and cake served afterwards, and the museum is open by appointment only, so make sure you phone ahead to book your spot. Cradle of Humankind If you haven’t been to the Cradle of Humankind with the kids yet, you have to go on a day trip with the family!
From pottery and paper craft to fun magic shows and baking, you’ll be able to enjoy a cappuccino and a slice of cake in peace while your kids are entertained. Roll Egoli At just R60 per three-hour roller skating session, a morning at Roll Egoli in Bryanston is the most budget-friendly way we can think of to thoroughly exhaust the kids. Sandton Action Sports Centre Action cricket, action soccer and action netball are all on offer at the indoor Sandton Action Sports arena.
Snacks are also sorted with wood-fired pizzas and homemade Italian ice cream on offer. Bounce Inc Let the kids lose on more than 100 interconnected trampolines, trampoline dodgeball and basketball arenas and walls to run up — kids and teens will love Bounce Inc in Midrand. Get a group of kids together and book a court, then watch them exhaust themselves.
There’s also a kid’s playground, the Zoo Lake swimming pool and Moyo nearby.
Visiting Zoo Lake is free, but renting a boat costs around R15 per person per hour. Walter Sisulu National Botanical Gardens Get back to nature by visiting this glorious garden in the west of Johannesburg.
An easy 10-minute walk to the top of the Melville Koppies East will give you great views of the city, or go on a guided tour of Melville Koppies Central.
The tours take 3 hours and you’ll learn about the flora, fauna and history of the area. Melville Koppies West is the largest part of the reserve, but it’s only advisable to walk there in large groups. Klipriviersberg This is a really special hiking spot in the south of Johannesburg — packed with bird and animal life (including buck), go for a hike with the kids in Joburg’s largest nature reserve and it’s easy to forget you’re even in the city. Kloofendal Kloofendal Nature Reserve on the West Rand is a great place for a self-guided stroll, but if you can, signing up for a guided walk is a must.
Set in a flood plain, over 280 species of birds have been spotted there.Because a certain number of people are allowed into the reserve each day, booking is essential.As a day visitor you have access to a swimming pool, braai facilities, technical mountain bike trails and marked hiking trails.Prices vary depending on whether you want to rent equipment or not. Go bowling Introduce some friendly competition into your family bonding sessions with an a morning or afternoon of ten-pin bowling in Johannesburg.Some of our favourite bowling alleys are in Rosebank, Northcliff, Bramley Gardens and Monte Casino. Get cooking With classes all over Johannesburg, if you have a kid or teen who’s happiest in the kitchen, let them spend some time at cooking lessons, dirtying someone else’s kitchen!
After lunch, stroll to 1 of the dams (complete with bird hide), let the kids tire themselves out in the enormous playground or visit the Delta Environmental Centre (which is only open during the week).