The Company's Garden - St. George's Cathedral

 

09h45 Walk through the Garden anyway you choose in the direction of Wale Street.

At the end of Government Avenue, you will see Adderley Street in front of you and Wale Street running up to your left (with Signal Hill at the end of it).

St. George’s Cathedral is on your left.


Parker Cottage Guesthouse recommends visiting St. George's Cathedral

St. George's Cathedral


If you’re feeling peckish right now (Cape Town has unfortunately/fortunately the ability to tempt you to eat every five minutes, do yourself a favour and stop off for a sandwich or a light bite at The Crypt (which you access from the street itself). Equipped with a Scrabble board and the coolest air in Cape Town, this is a place to escape the heat of the day whilst sitting in lovely calm surroundings. There is also a series of temporary exhibitions here called ‘The Crypt Memory and Witness Centre’, much of which deals with the place the Cathedral took in the downfall of Apartheid and Desmond Tutu’s work in that struggle.

You will also, if you have any interest in books at all, find the Cathedral Book and Bric a Brac store really interesting. It’s just around the corner on Queen Victoria Street.
 

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