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An easy 10-minute walk to the top of the Melville Koppies East will give you great views of the city, or go on a guided tour of Melville Koppies Central.The tours take 3 hours and you’ll learn about the flora, fauna and history of the area. Melville Koppies West is the largest part of the reserve, but it’s only advisable to walk there in large groups. Klipriviersberg This is a really special hiking spot in the south of Johannesburg — packed with bird and animal life (including buck), go for a hike with the kids in Joburg’s largest nature reserve and it’s easy to forget you’re even in the city. Kloofendal Kloofendal Nature Reserve on the West Rand is a great place for a self-guided stroll, but if you can, signing up for a guided walk is a must.Teens will love the extra-strenuous, extra-entertaining bubble soccer. City Rock It’s the biggest indoor climbing gym in Africa, and it’s right here in Randburg, Johannesburg.City Rock offers climbing courses for kids (over the age of 5), teens and adults.2000-2017 SA Explorer Although every effort was made to ensure that the information and maps on this website are accurate, the producers do not accept responsibility for any mistakes or omissions (or consequences thereof).
As a day visitor you have access to a swimming pool, braai facilities, technical mountain bike trails and marked hiking trails.Home to a waterfall, a pair of breeding Verreaux’s eagles, hiking trails and picnic spots there’s no shortage of stuff to keep the kids busy.Kids get in for R15 (if you’re under 6 it’s free) and adults are charged R40. Suikerbosrand Nature Reserve Drive for around 45 minutes south east of Joburg and you’ll find yourself at Suikerbosrand Nature Reserve — a hiking, biking and picnicking haven.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!