Gauteng Welcomes you

Be inspired by all that South Africa’s richest province has to offer including the Cradle of Humankind, authentic African game drives and safaris, buzzing nightlife, luxurious high-end wining and dining, affordable backpackers and an array of hotels, township tours and heritage experiences. This is Gauteng – it starts here.

Explore the luxury and heritage in Johannesburg

Coming to visit the City of Gold for business or pleasure? Expect a buzzing melting pot of experiences. Whether you’re looking for a sophisticated...

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Harlem Globetrotters

The Harlem Globetrotters are returning to South Africa after almost two decades. The US-based exhibition...

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Gauteng's top attractions

 
Newtown Newtown

Newtown is situated in Johannesburg’s inner city and forms part of the city’s cultural and creative hub. The district houses...

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Bunny Park Bunny Park

Visitors to the Bunny Park can commune with farm animals such as cows, donkeys, goats and chickens – and rabbits, of...

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Hector Pieterson Memorial and Museum Hector Pieterson Memorial and Museum

The Hector Pieterson Memorial and Museum, situated in Orlando West, Soweto, commemorate the role of the country’s students in the...

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Orlando Towers Orlando Towers

Originally the site of a coal fired power station, the Orlando Towers have become one of the most distinctive landmarks in Soweto...

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South African Air Force Museum South African Air Force Museum

The Museum is for those who love all things aviation, who have a passion for military history and want to learn more about South...

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Braamfontein Braamfontein

Braamfontein is located in Johannesburg CBD and is a popular area for local and international tourists to enjoy food, music,...

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Styling in Soweto Styling in Soweto 24 April 2015

Soweto is a must for people from all over the world, and all self-respecting Gautengers must visit this iconic township.  The Hector Peterson Museum recounts the 1976 Soweto Student uprisings and some of the heroes of the protest and victims of the aftermath.  Nearby is the Mandela House in Vilikazi Street, the only street in the world that contains the houses of two Nobel Prize Laureates, the other one being Desmond Tutu.  There is also a string of vibrant restaurants including Sakhumzi’s Restaurant, NextDoor, Thrive Café and the Corner House which usually have a fascinating variety of regular patrons plus a vibrant selection of street musicians and performers who are usually brilliantly entertaining.

 

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