Gold Reef City in Johannesburg offers experiences that the visitor would not find anywhere else.
Step back in time with Gold Reef City Casino Hotel and Theme Park to experience gaming, fun, fantasy and historical fact.
The complex is made up of theme park, Apartheid museum and casino facilities. Visitors savour the offering of traditional African music, dance and history found throughout the complex.
Gold Reef City's Casino is open 24 hours a day and boasts a magnificent entertainment atmosphere, highly trained staff and an abundance of gaming choices.
The arena caters for everybody's gaming tastes with slots, tables, sports betting, Salon Priv for the high rollers and much more.
Nowhere else will the tourist find such a comprehensive and colourful depiction of mining life at the turn of the nineteenth century. The carefully-documented history of Apartheid is depicted in the Museum and is a must-see on a South African visit.
The theme park offers adrenalin-spiking rides and the history lesson is brought to life; where youngsters are not just hearing how Johannesburg had its origins, but are seeing, feeling and tasting it.
Good value, good fun and variety are only part of the story behind Gold Reef City's success. Friendly faces, helpful guides and notices, and ample opportunity for rest and refreshment, keep the visitors coming back.
Gold Reef City Casino has a variety of superb restaurants and entertainment with extraordinary designs.
From our famous Back O The Moon restaurant and jazz bar, to Italian dishes and Mediterranean magic, there is a excellent variety to choose from and you wont get better value than Boston BBQs incredible buffet dishes.
In addition to the restaurants, there are coffee shops and a Food Court with fast food outlets.
Equipt with modern facilities, Gold Reef City hosts 2 conference venues; Crown Reef convention centre at the casino and Oppenheimer Conference and Banqueting Centre at the theme park.
Johannesburg's Globe Theatre opened in the early 1890's. Later renamed the Empire Palace of Varieties, it hosted the first moving picture shows in South Africa.
In 1907, Gandhi launched his campaign of "passive resistance" at the Empire of Varieties.
A replica of the Globe Theatre is erected at Gold Reef City.
Johannesburg offers a host of attractions and activities, and offers the visitor many things to do.
Other Johannesburg Museums include The Adler Museum of Medicine; the Dynamite Museum chronicling the history of explosives and chemicals; the Madiba Freedom Museum charting South Africa`s journey to demoscracy; to new a few.
There is no easier way to explore Johannesburg, Soweto, the Cradle of Humankind and environs, than joining a scheduled half-day or day tour.