Cape Town – Indoor guide – 3 Jan – 9 Jan 2014

Indoor Climbing @ City Rock
Get in touch with your inner Spiderman and tackle the climbing walls of City Rock.
There is a range of different walls suited for various experience levels, and it is an
excellent way to exercise body & mind.
R65 – R140Monday – Thursday @ 9am – 9pm, Friday, Saturday, Sunday & Holidays @ 10am –
Corner Collingwood & Anson Road, Observatory, Cape Town, Tel: (021)447 1326

Ten Pin Bowling @ N1 City’s Wonderland
Why not try your hand at an internationally popular game which will test your
concentration, stamina and skill – all in a safe, friendly environment. There is also a
treasure trove of activities in the rest of the Wonderland arena for those with an
arcade fetish.
R35 – R80
Mondays – Sundays @ 9am – 12am
Louwtjie Rothman Street, Goodwood, Tel: (021) 595 2100

Bizzy Bodies
Cape Town’s biggest indoor play gym is also it’s busiest, offering active play
experiences for children aged 9 months to 12 years.
Monday – Saturday @ 10am – 5pm
23 Bell Crescent, Westlake Business Park, Westlake, Tel: (021) 702 0505

Cave Golf
This 18 hole indoor mini-golf course offers just the right blend of fun and frustration.
A two-player game should take about half an hour, perfect for rainy days.
Open Daily @ 9am – 5pm
Next to Scratch Patch, Dock Road, V&A Waterfront, Tel: (021) 419 9429

Stadium Bowling
Ten Pin Bowling is a great activity to be enjoyed with friends and colleagues.
Daily – 9am – 12am
Stadium on Main Shopping Centre, Main Road Claremont, Tel: (021) 671 1893

Scratch Patch
For a very unique experience search through the sea of colourful gemstones
beneath you feet while picking out your favourites. This is a great activity for people
of all ages.
Monday – Friday @ 8:30am – 4:45pm
Saturday – Sunday @ 9am – 5pm
Dido Valley Road Simonstown, Tel: (021) 786 2020
8:30am – 4:45pm (Monday – Friday)
9am – 5pm (Saturday & Sunday)
V&A Waterfront, Tel: (021) 419 9429