Springbok rugby museum. You must go visit this place if you’re in Cape Town! It’s frightening to see all that Springbok history. All the stories that many of us (in my generation most certainly) don’t really know about. This museum will expose all that history. The good and the bad. Either way, its a brand that owns a heap of heritage, and it’s a must see tourist attraction if you’re in Cape Town – both locals and visitors.
Ok, ok… Maybe I’m being absolutely and totally biased because I adore my beloved Springboks, but if that is the case – I’ll accept wholeheartedly 🙂
I can’t sell this to you anymore. You have to see it for yourself! The Springbok Rugby Experience is situated at the V & A Waterfront. If you’re a tourist, you can build it into your day if you’re visiting the waterfront.
Springbok rugby museum
Address: Portswood House, V & A Waterfront CT
Contact: 021 418 4741
How to get there: Drive into Cape Town on the N1. When you get to the first large robots (The ICC will be on your left), turn right towards the waterfront. Left at the first circle (roundabout). Straight through he next little circle. Keep going until you pass the 2 oceans aquarium on your right. [Note: While we’re on topic, that’s a great place to visit as well – tickets here via Web tickets]
Have you been down there? Give your thoughts on your experience in the comments below.