Having been there on several occasions, mostly to listen to the Cape Town Philharmonic Orchestra and that one time we had a Halloween party there, it never disappoints.
Situated in the center of Cape Town, this building opened it’s doors in 1905. It has a typical Edwardian architecture, making it grand and another Cape Town beauty. The honey-coloured oolitic limestone was imported all the way from Bath, in England. Not an easy task, especially in 1905.
The building is a stone’s throw away from the well know Castle of Good Hope, an easy stop for any Cape Town traveller. Local or International.
It might not be the most well-kept building in Cape Town, but it’s ability to take you back in time can not be denied. If you’re lucky enough to find yourself in Cape Town, for whatever reason, don’t think twice about visiting this lovely building.