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You can take younger kids to Acrobranch in Centurion which has much smaller obstacles for the little ones. The parks are open Wednesday to Sunday and public holidays from to .Contact: 0 The Wonderboom is a fig tree over a 1000 years old which grew in such a way that 13 daughter trees sprung up around it forming a massive shaded area that spans 50 metres and can shelter up to 1000 people.They change things up in the kitchen “to keep kitchen, ooms, tannies, and copy-cats on their toes”.Soon they plan to have breakfast and lunch takeaway boxes for picnics under the trees.The café is open from Monday to Friday from to and Saturdays from to , closed on Sundays. 24th Avene & Pierneef Street Cost: R54 for a piece of carrot cake and coffee Contact: 0 This unique restaurant is chock full of attitude and delicious food.

Kids need to be 9 years and older and the courses are between R140 and R280 per person.

There are date changes in between to accommodate long weekends and holidays.

For updates about the next pop-up market check out the Market @ The Sheds calendar.

[Updated: 29 October 2018] Pretoria holds its own with an amazing mix of cultural, outdoor and foodie experiences on offer.

We discover 30 affordable, free and fun things to do in Pretoria and prove why it is a city that should be known for more than just jacaranda blossoms and the blue train.

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