Family Fun is an informative guide to child-friendly activities which covers 4 major cities of South Africa: Cape Town, Durban, Johannesburg and Pretoria.
Compiled by Lisa Mc Namara of Child Magazine, the book is packed with useful information covering numerous child-friendly sites and activities.
If you are looking for fun and interesting things to do with your family, then this is the book for you. Explore your urban area with a fresh eye, from things to do with tiny tots to older children and teenagers, as well as special treats for parents and grandparents. We have included many highlights in these four cities to bring you an abundance of places to visit, complete with listings of nearby attractions, shops, restaurants and places of play.
Each place listing includes the ticket cost if applicable, party venue rating, raining day option, telephone number, address, GPS coordinates, closest public transport, opening hours, most appropriate age group, pram and wheelchair friendliness, baby-changing facilities and the nearest hospital.
Whether you are a tourist or wanting to experience new activities in your own city, this book is sure to provide you and your family with fabulous places to visit where special memories can be made.
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About the author of Family Fun
Lisa Mc Namara is the publisher of Child magazine, which she launched in 2004 as a practical guide for parents of children from birth to 13 years old. The magazine has grown into the trustworthy title parents rely on today, not just for its insightful articles about health and education issues, but also because it’s a handy resource for parents looking for family-friendly things to do in their city.
Lisa is the busy parent of two children, but she loves nothing more than to get out and about with her family, finding new entertaining places that broaden their idea of the world. Now, her vision of making parenting easier and a lot more fun has been extended to an audience beyond her magazine readership with the publication of a city-based travel guide, Family Fun.