View the landscape of Johannesburg from the 50th floor of the tallest building in Africa. This is an ideal orientation ... More
View the landscape of Johannesburg from the 50th floor of the tallest building in Africa. This is an ideal orientation experience for visitors, contrasting the old and the new parts of this metropolis. Originally a mining town, "Jo'burg" is characterized by the ever-present mine dumps that look like hills and add to the city's distinct silhouette. A valuable educational outing for children, a visit here demonstrates the structure of a city and its evolution through the years.
I liked it because you get a good view of Johannesburg from several angles. It is good for people who are not from Johannesburg, and especially those, like me, not from South Africa. I think adults and kids would enjoy it equally. The overall experience is good and it is pretty cheap to go to the top of Carlton Center.
I enjoyed the experience very much. The staff were frienly and the food at the top was excellent. The views were amazing, a full 360 degree view of Africa's Power House, Johannesburg. 50 floors up is not for you if you dont like hights. Worth the trip.
Although generally not open to the public, Wits University, founded in the 1920s, does offer a tour of their facilities
to those of an academic or beneficial nature. Access to the campus is quite open, and a self guided ...
This warehouse of photojournalism will please amateur and professional photographers alike. With a definite slant towards documenting the technological advances
of photography down the years, the museum nonetheless has lots to offer for those less interested in the nitty ...
Built around the No. 14 shaft of Crown Mines, this city is an authentic reproduction of Johannesburg at the beginning
of the 1900s. There are fully furnished miner's houses with original furniture and fittings, including pressed ceilings. The museum ...