Johannesburg Public Art Safari

Duration: 4 hours (approx)
Monday to Saturday
09h00 – 13h00

 


Highlights

  • Insights from a local artist
  • Murals, sculpture, installations, mosaics
  • Visits to areas including the historic mining area, Newtown, Maboneng, Braamfontein

Inclusions

  • Hotel collections and drop off
  • Mineral water

Exclusions

  • Discretionary gratuities
  • Items of a personal nature

Suitable for

  • Single travelers
  • Groups of friends
  • Families
  • Incentive groups

 

This four hours, together with a local tour guide and an artist, takes guests through layers of the city, spatially, historically and politically. The city of Johannesburg unfolds through a narrative of public art works that are visited across locations. Ferreiras Dorp, Newtown, Maboneng, Fordsburg, Braamfontein… the inner-city neighbourhoods of Johannesburg have shaped so much of the city’s history, and are shaping so much of its future. The public art sites we visit weave together these stories over a four hour tour that unlocks depth in a very short period of time.

A typical tour could look like this:

  • 08h30 to 09h00 hotel collections
  • 09h15 Part1 Newtown & Fordsburg
  • 10h20 Part2 Ferreiras Dorp
  • 11h00 Part3 Braamfontein
  • 12h00 Part4 Maboneng
  • 12h30 to 13h00 Return to hotels

 

 

 

 

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