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As the snow settles in the Western Cape, temperatures are dropping to levels that might not be everyone’s cup of tea. And with the school holidays approaching, no one will want to hide at home every day. Here are seven fun activities that will keep the whole family busy, but also keep them warm indoors:

Slide on the ice at the GrandWest Casino Ice Station

There’s certainly no better way to celebrate winter than by gliding on the ice, and GrandWest Casino’s famous skating rink is the perfect place to do it. Bring an extra jacket, put on your ice skates and enjoy all that this self-proclaimed winter wonderland has to offer.

Image: The Ice Station, GrandWest / Facebook

Details:

  • Cost:
    • R65 per person for a one hour session and skates
    • R50 per person for a one hour session, own skates
    • R75 per person for a two hour session and skates
    • R55 per person for a two hour session and skates

Jump at the Rush Indoor Trampoline Park

How many times have you caught your child jumping on the bed? Well, Rush Indoor Trampoline Park in Claremont offers them a fun way to indulge their inner jumper while burning off their endless energy. The best part? Adults can join in the fun too!

Photo: RUSH Claremont Cape Town/Facebook

Details:

  • Cost:
    • R150 for one hour all access
    • R200 for parent + toddler (anytime)
    • R100 for an extra hour
  • Location: 25 Stegman Rd, Claremont, Cape Town, 7708
  • Website: rushsa.co.za

Feast your eyes on 3D mini golf from Glowing Rooms SA

Picture this: the same mini golf we all know and love, but with a sprinkle of airbrushed custom parts and a touch of 3D. Mix that up and you have an adventure worth traveling to Milnerton.

Glowing Rooms SA is a magical experience and once you put on these 3D glasses you will be mesmerized by the kaleidoscopic views before you.

Photo: Glowing Rooms SA / Facebook

Details:

  • Cost: R130 per person
  • Location: 1 Turf Club Dr, Milnerton, Cape Town, 7441
  • Website: glowingrooms.co.za

Set high scores in the arcade

There’s something really nostalgic about the sound of arcade music and the sound of coins dropping into a vending machine. Why not relive happy childhood memories while riding a superbike, shooting hoops, challenging a friend to a dance or shooting aliens at an arcade near you? Some arcades that are still very popular are The Magic Company Arcade in GrandWest and Wonderland Arcades in Canal Walk.

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Details:

The Magic Company Arcade

  • Location: Grandwest Casino, Denneboom Ave, Goodwood, 7460
  • Website: themagiccompany.co.za

Wonderland

  • Location: 490 Century Blvd, Century City, Cape Town, 7446
  • Website: canalwalk.co.za

Get creative at Art Jamming

Treat your children to a bit of “paintertainment” and let their creativity run wild. There are paint options for everyone. No painting skills are required and there will be skilled artists in the studios for anyone who needs help.

Photo: Artjamming/Facebook

Details:

  • Cost: From R185 depending on the type of canvas
  • Location: Breakwater Blvd, Victoria & Alfred Waterfront, Cape Town, 8001
  • Website: artjamming.co.za

Enjoy the unique atmosphere of underground golf

This is another 18-hole mini-golf course, but this one has a twist. The decor is cave-themed and gives kids a sense of adventure. On top of that, cave golf is at the Scratch Patch, so there are extra activities in case your kids aren’t done with the fun!

Image: Scratch Patch and Cave Golf

Details:

Be adventurous at Playdate Superpark

Playdate Superpark is an activity park that offers a wide variety of activities for children. With a 350 square meter maze, high line course, Little City with slides, air hockey, mini golf, races for kids 10+, target shooting and more, PlayDate is enough to keep them busy all day. daytime.

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Details:

  • Costs:
    • R95 for a 1 hour adventure pass
    • R140 for one hour 30 minutes Adventure Pass
    • R170 for two hours
    • R220 for the all day pass
    • Less than one first hour is free, less than two pay R35 for the first hour, adults pay R30
  • Location: V&A Waterfront, Watershed, The, 17 Dock Rd, Victoria & Alfred Waterfront, Cape Town, 8002
  • Website: superpark.co.za

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Image: The Ice Station, GrandWest / Facebook