The region's first police post is found in this False Bay museum, whose other highlight is a display of the Battle of ... More
South African Police Services Museum
The region's first police post is found in this False Bay museum, whose other highlight is a display of the Battle of Muizenberg, fought on 7 August 1795. You'll also discover, police equipment through the ages, the old Magistrate's Court and Carnegie Library, as well as many other interesting memorabilia. The museum is opposite the historic Muizenberg Railway Station, built in 1912 of redbrick with sand rustication – a fine example of Edwardian-era architecture. There is ample parking just off the road, and the museum has no entry fee.
The Hilton Cape Town City Centre is easily accessible from the Cape Town Airport. Located in the heart of South
Africa's second largest city, at the foot of Table Mountain, the hotel is close to many shops and businesses, ...
The African Music Store deals in South African music, extending to all over the continent (and including an Afro Cuban
section). They aim to advance African music in Cape Town and will assist African artists by promoting independent releases. ...
A leper colony, an asylum and a prison are just some of Robben Island's incarnations during its turbulent history. Now
housing a museum, it is located about 11km from Cape Town's harbor and is most famous as a penal ...