Woodstock definitely charms with its odd mix of old and new and visitors will find that the Cape Town suburb offers a little something for everyone. If you’re in the area, here are three things you must do!
Visit a brewery
Why you should visit: Home to a few contemporary breweries, Woodstock is a beer-lovers dream come true! Stop by for a cold one or take a tour to find out just what goes into making that refreshing drink.
How much does it cost: A full day craft and breweries tour can go for around R2 000 per person but if you’re just popping in yourself, a draught of craft beer costs around R45 to R50.
Check out the art galleries
Why you should visit: Woodstock is often regarded as one of the off-beat art centres of Cape Town, with its range of eclectic and inspiring art galleries and exhibits. Take your pick from the many that line the streets.
The Old Biscuit Mill, Woodstock
Why you should visit: The mill is home to day and night markets, dynamic office space, a range of workshops and designer stores, delicious farm and food stalls, decadent restaurants, as well as, an inspiring line-up of festivals and productions. The Neighbourgoods Market, which takes place every Saturday and Sunday within the Biscuit Mill is the perfect place to grab a bite to eat and do some people-watching.
How to get there: Situated on Albert Road, the Biscuit Mill is only a seven-minute drive from the Cape Town CBD.