Your 2 day pass gives you access to the interlinked ‘Green’ and ‘Red’ City Tour circular routes. You can start your journey at any of the stops on the route and end there again - on both days. When you’re finished touring a stop you return to the indicated bus stop and wait for the next city tour bus to arrive. You can skip selected stops on the route or you may elect to get off at all of them.
RED: Constitution Hill (R15-R55); Mining District Walk (free); Carlton Centre & visit to panorama ‘deck’ / top floor (R15); James Hall Museum of Transport - closed Mondays, half-day hours on weekens (classic / veteran vehicles) (free); Apartheid Museum (R30-R75); Newtown Precinct (various attractions); Newtown Junction Mall; Origins Centre at Wits (R40-R80); The Grove - Braamfontein;
GREEN: The Zone @ Rosebank (a mall & connection point to the Gautrain’s Rosebank Station); Zoo Lake; Johannesburg Zoo (R50-R80); Ditsong National Museum of Military History (R20-R40); Constitution Hill (R15-R55).
(Where a rate scale is indicated it mostly depends on either age - e.g. adult or child - or on the tour type selected at the particular stop)
You can start and end your journey at any of the stops on the route. If you have your own vehicle some of the best options that also offer easy parking include The Zone, Constitution Hill and the Apartheid Museum. If you’re staying at a hotel within reach of a Gautrain station, you can use the Gautrain to connect to The Zone.
At an extra cost you could also include a loop through Soweto in your ticket price (it connects to the Red Route at the Apartheid Museum). If your time allows rather consider our stand-alone Soweto tour under Johannesburg day tours on our website.
R360 per person
Duration: 1 days
Tour Type: City & day tours
Transport: Topless Bus (open-top bus)
Group sizes: minimum-2 average-15 max-40
Languages (guides): English
Buses are equipped with on-board commentary (via earphones) in 15 different languages.
Countries: Southern Africa
Notes: Where applicable, entry fees at stops are for your own account.
Highlights: Constitution Hill , Apartheid Museum , Johannesburg .
Starting dates: Daily at 40 minute intervals
Available starting dates: Nov 2016 - Oct 2017
Constitution Hill in the city of Johannesburg, is one of the major historical sites in South Africa. The Old Fort Prison, where political prisoners were incarcerated used to be here. The same site where human rights were so brutally abused today houses the Constitutional Court for the protection of the rights of all citizens of the country.more about Constitution Hill
The Apartheid Museum is part of the Gold Reef City theme park in Johannesburg, South Africa. This modern museum, providing a learning experience for visitors, depicts the story of apartheid: it's development, the insult and suffering it caused, the struggle of the oppressed and the ultimate resolution based on our democratic constitution.more about Apartheid Museum
Johannesburg is the financial capital of South Africa and capital of the Gauteng province. South Africans also call the city Egoli, Jozi or Joburg. The city and surrounds could keep you busy for weeks on end. See our city and day tours.more about Johannesburg