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A multi-talented city, Cape Town has many a different cultural activity for the aficionado and the newcomer alike. With activities ranging from theatre productions and orchestra performances, to museums and historic tours, this city has it all and is not afraid to show it.
Cape Town has a well-developed theatre circuit and is often the host of international theatre events as well as numerous local productions. You can expect to see anything ranging from classical theatre to satire and even world-famous ballets.
Some of the more popular theatre venues include:
There is also an open air theatre, Maynardville Theatre, which is host to many a Shakespearian play and is definitely a must visit for the avid theatre goer.
Cape Town plays host to many an international lineup and the city is constantly abuzz with exhilaration for one act or another.
Cape Town does also have its own Philharmonic orchestra.which is 1 of only 2 full-time orchestras in the country.
Some of the larger concert venues include:
Worth mentioning are the concerts held in KirstenboschBotancial Gardens. These are normally held in summer months on a Sunday afternoon and make for a great outing and picnic opportunity.
There are a wide variety of museums in Cape Town, but the most famous of these is the Cape Town museum.
Other notable museums include:
Quite a large number of museums are located close together and are within easy walking distance; however, you can easily spend the whole day appreciating just one or a few of them.
A more recent development and addition to the city’s repertoire is the advent of cultural and historic tours.