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Johannesburg Zoo, Bensusan Photographic Museum, SAB World of Beer, Satyagraha House, Hillbrow Tower, Enoch Sontonga Memorial Park, Sandton City, Moyo Restaurants, Newtown Cultural Precinct, Nelson Mandela Square, Johannesburg Art Gallery and Sculpture Park, Nelson Mandela Bridge, Brenthurst Gardens, Rand Easter Show, Constitution Hill, Apartheid Museum, Radium Beer Hall, Oriental Plaza, Standard Bank Gallery, The Bag Factory, ABSA Art Gallery, MuseuMAfricA
There streets are marked well and it made life easier.
The vibrant suburb of Rosebank follows the pulsating urban lifestyle typical of large cities such as Johannesburg. Part commercial, part residential, Rosebank has attracted the young professional wanting easy access to work and other conveniences, and to be in the centre of nightlife action. Here, formal business meetings and social gatherings take place in street cafés, if the wireless connection is lightning fast and the coffee well brewed.
Rosebank has some of Johannesburg’s leading malls and several large corporations have their head offices located in the suburb. It is a short distance from the main highway linking Johannesburg with Pretoria, as well as parks, golf clubs, Wanderers cricket ground and the Sandton business precinct.
Top 8 reasons to visit Rosebank
1. You can experience the glitterati lifestyle in glamorous restaurants, cafés and wine bars scattered around the suburb. After sundown, see what the excitement is about at the night clubs in Rosebank.
2. Four stories of retail stores and over 2000 parking bays are available to shoppers visiting the trendy Rosebank Mall. The mall hosts two markets, the African Craft Market open daily and the rooftop Sunday Market.
3. To join a Soweto Sightseeing Tour, you depart from Rosebank, to see the homes of 2 of South Africa’s Nobel Peace Prize winners. You cross Nelson Mandela Bridge, view Johannesburg from an observation platform 50 stories up and pass Constitution Hill with the city’s notorious century old prison.
4. The Joburg Gay Pride Parade takes place every spring and travels through the streets of Rosebank. The event highlights the need for gay equality and to recognise the nation’s rich diversity.
5. Looking to get away from the city for a day? Visit the Kloofendal Nature Reserve in Roodepoort, a pristine reserve with hiking trails and housing several mammal species and birdlife, and the Confidence Gold Mine where gold was first discovered in 1884. Note that the mine can only... Show more