Things To Do in Greyville

Greyville is situated in Durban, in KwaZulu Natal, South Africa. Show on Map

Durban Car Boot Fleamarket

Where? Greyville
Durban’s fleamarkets give locals and visitors plenty to see and do, promising insights into the local culture and heritage and allowing residents and tourists to meet one another in a fun and exciting context. ...

Durban's Ricksha bus

Where? Durban
Cape Town and Johannesburg each have their own version of the hop-on-hop-off city sightseeing bus. Durban's equivalent is the Ricksha bus (not spelt 'Rickshaw', to prevent any confusion with the Hong Kong ...

Freedom Café

Where? Greyville
Freedom Café, the brainchild of ad man, design guru, award-winning cookbook writer and entrepreneur Neil Roake, is the hottest new venue in town. The restaurant is housed in a red shipping container, expanded ...

Musgrave Rooftop Market

Where? Musgrave
Held on the fifth level of the parking lot at Musgrave Centre on the first Friday of every month, this market is both upbeat and a showcase of local creativity. Local food and craft entrepreneurs fill the ...

SA Sugar Terminal Tour

Where? Durban
Not that we're suggesting for a moment that you encourage your children to eat any more sugar, but this is one tour that is at once interesting and fun for the whole family. Head down the M4, past Maydon ...

View the Campbell Collections

Where? Greyville
The Campbell Collections are an internationally acclaimed collection of rare archival material concerning regional collection and history. The collection comprises the Killie Campbell Africana Library, Mashu ...

Chatsworth Centre

Where? Chatsworth
The Chatsworth Centre is renowned for its truly rich Indian Eastern Experience and boasts a total of 150 stores ranging from jewellery to furniture, authentic food stores, banking malls, exquisite Eastern wear ...

Plaka Umhlanga

Where? Umhlanga
Plaka may be situated in Umhlanga, Durban, but soon immerses its patrons into a Mediterranean world of fresh flavours and Greek hospitality. Having originally been established in Johannesburg, Plaka was soon ...

Cruise the Durban Harbour

Where? Point Waterfront
Sailing year round, the Allen Gardiner Harbour Cruise Restaurant is designed to provide a different and exciting fine-dining experience. The vessel cruises the calm waters of the Durban Harbour during which ...

Segway Gliding at Moses Mabhida Stadium

Where? Durban Central
How about a Segway tour with a difference? After an introduction on how to operate the mobile transporter, you will be off with a woosh and a smile on your face. Gliding through the stadium is an ...

La Lucia Mall

Where? La Lucia
La Lucia Mall brings shopping heaven to the east coast of the South African province of KwaZulu-Natal. This is an exclusive mall that is modern and inviting, with all of the amenities and facilities of a ...

Mariannhill Monastery

Where? Pinetown
Tea at the Monastery! The Marianhill Monastery is located in Marianhill on the outskirts of Pinetown. The monastery was founded by Trappist monks in 1882 as a Catholic Mission and now boasts an impressive ...

KZN Science Centre

Where? Umhlanga
The KZN Science Centre, located at the popular Gateway Theatre of Shopping, is a world class science centre providing excellence in a unique combination of education and entertainment, making science ...

Visit the Phansi Museum

Where? Glenwood
The Phansi Museum houses some of the largest collections of traditional arts, crafts and artefacts in South Africa. Life size dolls showing ceremonial wear from different regions and cultures of South Africa ...

Make a Teddy Bear

Where? Westville
'Choose Me', 'Hear me', 'Stuff Me', 'Stitch Me', 'Fluff me', 'Dress Me',' Name Me' and finally 'Take Me Home'; these are all the stations at the Build-A-Bear Workshops. Even grown men (although possibly ...

The Drum Café

Where? Durban
Find your rhythm to the beat of your own drum. Stomp your feet in 'rain boots' like a traditional African dancer and learn the Gumboot Dance. Create dynamic music by simple clapping in groups or boom-whacking ...

Parc Cafe

Where? Glenwood
parc. café is everything that foodies love. It combines fresh ingredients, a novel approach to food preparation, fine dining and a friendly vibe, with a liberal dose of good service. This makes for the perfect ...

Fat Tuesday Gallery

Where? Kloof
There is a strong emphasis on photography in the gallery, both traditional prints and new media images. Digital technology has brought about something of a re-birth for photography and we offer a platform for ...

KwaMuhle Museum

Where? Durban
Apartheid was a South African political regime that was based on discrimination, and was in effect from 1948 to 1994. It was a painful time for South Africa and its people, but it also played a major role in ...

Umhlanga Farmers Market

Where? Umhlanga
This quaint, cosy market offers local produce and ingredients you may need day to day. Here you can find, freshly picked farm fruit and vegetables, dried fruit and nuts, fresh herbs, double egg yolks, ...

Children's cooking classes

Where? La Lucia
Things are always cuter in a kiddie’s size, but aprons especially. Take the kids somewhere where you can spend some quality time with them and where their messing is adorable because you don't have to clean up ...

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