Bus routes

Join us and City Sightseeing, on Sunday 3 October, as we explore why the Host City of Cape Town was named a UNESCO City of Design in 2017 and why it is home to various creative talent and a thriving film community.

We have three different bus routes you can choose from - Film, Art and Entertainment.

FILM Bus Experience

Location, Location, Location: Explore some of Cape Town’s locations that have made an appearance in both local and international television and film productions; and in doing so contributed to the local cultural-tourism economy.

Start: Waterfront at 08h30
End: Waterfront at 17h00
Pax: 40 pax
Profile: Media, VIPs, Key Stakeholders and Film / TV enthusiasts 

  • Includes all venue entrance fees
  • Tours
  • Lunch at President Hotel
  • Popcorn and cool drink at the screening.

Itinerary:

• AM: Tour of Roodebloem studios
• AM: Tour of Cape Town City Hall
• AM: Castle of Good Hope Film and History Tour (1.5 hours)
• LUNCH: President Hotel (1 hour)
• PM: The Labia - Screening of Two Thirds A Man (2.5 hours)

Included along route while on the bus:
• Woodstock (Trackers)
• Observatory (Homeland)
• President Hotel (Tali’s Baby Diaries)
• Camps Bay (Lord of War)
• District 6 (District 9)
• Lions Head (Safehouse)
• V&A Waterfront (Blood Diamond)

ART Bus Experience

Through the heritage lens. How art plays an important part of preserving cultures and sharing stories to promote inter-cultural understanding and advance social cohesion.

 

Start: Waterfront at 09h00
End: Waterfront at 17h00
Pax: 40 pax
Profile: Media, VIPs, Key Stakeholders and Art lovers

  • Includes all venue entrance fees
  • Tours
  • Lunch at Radisson Red
  • PLUS annual membership to the Norval Foundation.

Itinerary:

• AM: South African National Art Gallery (1.5 hours)

• AM: Zeitz Mocaa with building tour (1.5 hours)

• LUNCH: Radisson Red (1 hour)

• PM: Norval Foundation with exhibition tour (1.5 hours)

ENTERTAINMENT Bus Experience

The Magic of Theatre – how productions are brought to life through costumes, lighting, sound and of course the performers to create a full on theatrical experience.
 

Start: 09h00
End: 17h00
Pax:
40 pax
Where: Artscape 
Profile: Media, VIPs, Key Stakeholders and persons with an interest in Performing Arts / Production

  • Includes all venue entrance fees
  • Tour
  • Lunch

Itinerary:

• AM: Artscape (2 hours):
    - Tour of the Building (0.5 hour)
    - Sound & Lighting demonstration (0.5 hour)
    - Performance Rehearsal (1 hour)


• AM: Bridges for Music Academy in Langa (1 hour)
• LUNCH: Bridges Academy (1 hour)
• PM: Guga Sthebe Theatre in Langa (1 hour)
• PM: Baxter Theatre (1.5 hours)

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