So, you have either missed the “Easter long weekend” bus or have just decided to spend the time at home. Don’t stress there are tons of fun activities you can do in Gauteng this weekend.
Easter on the Piazza
Entertain the kids at Montecasino with Easter on the Piazza. It runs from Friday, 19 April 2019 to Monday, 22 April 2019 from 10h00 – 18h00.
They will have giant inflatables, interactive games, a kiddie’s creative corner and dedicated Hopper Squad to entertain the little ones. All this is FREE! Plus, you can enjoy a drink and great meal from one of the restaurants in the square. I suggest trying out either Malt Barrel & Fire or PortulGalo.
The Rand Show
The Rand Show is the perfect place to take your children this Easter weekend for loads of fun. The Kids Expo, Baby Zone, Toy world, Animal Kingdom and the Festival Stage for Kids are sure to keep your young ones entertained.
Visit www.randshow.co.za for more information.
Adults from R80.00
Children under 17 / Pensioners (Over 65 years) from R40.00
Children under 1m: Free
Why not have a day out with great food, music and drinks while helping an amazing cause? Lusito Land is a Portuguese festival that started many many years ago in aid of the Lusito School and still benefits them till today. This year the festival will be at Cayman Road venue in Alewynspoort, near Eye of Africa.
Visit www.lusitoland.co.za for more information.
Adults: R150 per person
Teens: R150 per person
Children: R50 (between the ages of 6-12)
Pre-Schoolers: FREE (from 0 – 5)
Pensioners: R50 per person
Deep Roots Easter Market
Deep Roots Night Market is one of my favourite markets to visit in Pretoria. Not only is the food great but so is the atmosphere and the vibe.
This Friday they are adding two more DJ’s to the mix. So make sure you pack a blanket and invite the mates for beautiful afternoon out.
They are starting the festivities quite a bit earlier this time, so that we can enjoy the beautiful Pretoria sunset together!
Visit www.deeproots.co.za for more information.
Entrance is R30 per person and only cash is accepted at the entrance.
Children under 12, furbabies & pensioners enter free.
Camping chairs / Picnic blankets welcome
No alcohol served to u/18’s
Africa’s biggest Easter Egg hunt
Celebrate Easter with your kids by treating them to an Easter Egg hunt. There will also be a super slide, carousel rides, gladiator pit, jumping castle, rocket rides and a foam pit for the kids to enjoy. It all happens at The Weekend Market JHB, cnr Nasrec Rd and Rifle Range Rd, Ridgeway, Johannesburg from 09h00
For more info go to www.weekendmarketjhb.co.za
Adults: R60 adults
Children (2-12 years): R70
Children under 2: Free
Dinner Time Stories
Dinner Time Stories is an international phenomenon, coming to the Southern Hemisphere for the first time. It is a hi-tech and inventive two hour dining extravaganza based around the culinary exploits of Le Petit Chef (only 58mm tall) following the route of Marco Polo.
This amazing experience is at the Faircity Quatermain Hotel, 60 West Rd South, Morningside, Sandton and has a variety of time slots.
Bookings are essential. For more info go to www.dinnertimestories.co.za
Adults: R1450 + wine pairing
R1225 without wine
Children (8-12 years): R975