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After lunch, stroll to 1 of the dams (complete with bird hide), let the kids tire themselves out in the enormous playground or visit the Delta Environmental Centre (which is only open during the week).If you don’t want to take your own food, have a meal at Delta Cafe.It’s still one of our favourite free kids activities in Johannesburg, and you can take the dogs. Marievale Marievale Bird Sanctuary in the east of Gauteng is one of the best-kept secrets in the province!Set in a flood plain, over 280 species of birds have been spotted there.A swim in one of the crystal clear mountain rock pools on a hot day is such a treat!
They even run holiday programmes to keep kids busy and exploring during the school holidays. A fascinating tour costs R50 per child, with tea and cake served afterwards, and the museum is open by appointment only, so make sure you phone ahead to book your spot. Cradle of Humankind If you haven’t been to the Cradle of Humankind with the kids yet, you have to go on a day trip with the family!
If we’ve left off your favourite fun things to do with kids in Johannesburg, let us know in the comments and we’ll add it to our list. James Hall Museum of Transport What kid doesn’t love cars, buses, steam trains and fire engines? Museum Africa Think there aren’t any free things to do in Johannesburg with kids? Museum Africa in Newtown details the fascinating history of the birth of Johannesburg, plus a good chunk of our South African heritage.
At the James Hall Museum of Transport in La Rochelle children can see how people moved around Joburg more than 100 years ago and all the weird and wonderful modes of transport they used. The temporary exhibits and installations change regularly. Standard Bank Art Gallery We are so lucky to have the Standard Bank Art Gallery right here in Johannesburg!
From pottery and paper craft to fun magic shows and baking, you’ll be able to enjoy a cappuccino and a slice of cake in peace while your kids are entertained. Roll Egoli At just R60 per three-hour roller skating session, a morning at Roll Egoli in Bryanston is the most budget-friendly way we can think of to thoroughly exhaust the kids. Sandton Action Sports Centre Action cricket, action soccer and action netball are all on offer at the indoor Sandton Action Sports arena.
Snacks are also sorted with wood-fired pizzas and homemade Italian ice cream on offer. Bounce Inc Let the kids lose on more than 100 interconnected trampolines, trampoline dodgeball and basketball arenas and walls to run up — kids and teens will love Bounce Inc in Midrand. Get a group of kids together and book a court, then watch them exhaust themselves.