Cape Town Stadium
While best known for its sports events and concerts, the stadium is also a worthwhile attraction in and of itself. You can book a guided tour of the stadium which shares details about the building's history, architecture, and famous events. Along the way, visit the iconic field, check out the player changing rooms, and more. xa0 You can also visit the stadium on guided city tours that include other nearby attractions such as Table Mountain. For a different perspective of the stadium and to see the scope of the architectural wonder, fly over Cape Town on a scenic helicopter flight.
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Things to Know Before You Go
- The stadium is a must-visit for sports fans and architecture enthusiasts.
- Food and drinks are served in the stadium and outside items are not allowed in.
- The facility is wheelchair accessible and offers priority seating for people with disabilities.
- You can purchase souvenirs at an on-site memorabilia shop.
How to Get There
The stadium is conveniently located close to the City Bowl and the V&A Waterfront just off the M6. The site can be easily reached by taxi or on foot from many Cape Town accommodations. You can also take the MyCiTi Bus which has pickup locations throughout Cape Town and even at the international airport. Get off at the Stadium bus stop.
When to Get There
To catch a sporting event or concert at the stadium check the online event schedule. Tours of the stadium are offered on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 12pm.
Attractions Nearby the Cape Town Stadium The Cape Town Stadium is within walking distance of numerous natural attractions, museums, and shopping districts. Explore the surrounding suburb of Green Point where you can enjoy local cuisine and beaches. Or, pair your trip to the stadium with shopping and seafood on the V&A waterfront, delve into South African history at surrounding museums, and get a different view of the stadium by climbing the nearby Signal Hill.
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- Signal Hill
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