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Cape Town urban art & design safariBy Veronique Rossouw, Escape+Explore
A day of contrasts being exposed to many various art projects and styles. Combining its history and modern-day culture, you will get a great insight into this exciting City.
Start your day by exploring the city, and enjoying a leisurely cycle on cruiser bicycles between the Art Installations. Along the promenade, you will explore interactive art installations that tackle subjects ranging from Rhino conservation to the 18 years Nelson Mandela spent on Robben Island.
Proceed to the Waterfront where you can immerse yourself in the largest Contemporary Art Museum on the African Continent: the Zeitz MOCAA. After your exciting art and design filled morning, we will head to the vibey Bree Street for a delectable lunch at a local restaurant.(For those really wanting to get behind the scenes at Zeitz MOCAA ask about our private curatorial and after hours tours).
After lunch, we will take a walk to the colourful Bo Kaap, walking along the cobble stoned streets to experience a lively suburb filled with brightly coloured houses from as early as the seventeenth century, Muslim saint shrines and many beautiful Mosques.
After which either on foot or hoping in and out of your private vehicle we will take in some highlights and the fascinating little-known stories of the city relating to exciting art installations, galleries and graffiti around the city.
Alternatively explore Cape Town via the inspirational people who are using unique and cutting edge design projects to uplift their communities. Get first-hand accounts of the influences behind their artworks. Discover their inspirational stories which in itself unlocks the unique history of Cape Town.