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101 Things to do in Durban for under R101.00 (under $15.00)

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61].  Watch a show at The Playhouse Theatre.
This building was started as a picture palace in 1896, but was rebuilt in 1927 in Tudor Revival style and has a mock façade showing a Tudor town. There are five venues for performances, including the opera, drama theatre, cellar, loft and studio.
Address: Smith Street, opposite the City Hall.
Box office: 031 369-9596 or 369-9540
62]. Play a round of miniature golf
Enjoy a round of miniature golf at 19th Hole Putting, Blue Lagoon. Open from 9am until late.
63]. Browse around an Antique Shop
Shop for antiques at the Almost Antique Shop. Dealers in old restored cottage furniture with a South African flavour. They specialise in unusual pieces.
64]. Visit Currie’s Drinking Fountain
Visit Currie’s Drinking Fountain. This is a significant historial memorial in catalogue cast iron of the Victorian period. The actual ‘fountain’ was an artesian well at the Currie’s fountain site below the botanical gardens. The site was a starting point for many political marches into Durban. The site can be found on the corner of West Street and Point Road.
65]. Display your musical talent
Display your musical talent with the Open Mic night at Coco’s in Umhlanga.
66]. Visit the Maritime Museum
Visit the Maritime Museum - Built on a small tugboat, in Durban s small craft harbour. The museum has several old ships on display including a World War 11 minesweeper (SAS Durban) , a steam tug ( the I.R. Moore) and a pilot boat (the Ulundi).
Hours: Mon - Sat 8: 30am- 4:00pm, Sun 11:00am - 4:00pm.
67]. Have brunch at Beanbag Bohemia
Guy Wood opened Bean Bag Bohemia in 1995 as a Café Bar and Restaurant. It comprises a two storey National Monument building, built in 1885, and an open courtyard area with alfresco dining. The restaurant has grown over the last ten years to become a nationally known institution. It has strong ties with the arts, creative industries and politics. It has become home to the many interesting and trend setting people of Durban and is always on the list for any out of town visitor to Durban.
68]. Visit the Bayside Gallery
This is a private gallery found in the Bat Centre (Bartel Arts Trust Centre) near the Maritime Museum. They specialize in contemporary South African art and crafts.
Call 031 368 5547 for more info.
69]. Visit the West Street Mosque
The mosque is a striking example of an Edwardian enterpretation of Islamic architercture. It is said to be slightly off-course with the line of West Street, so that the faithful can face Mecca directly in prayer. 478/484 West Street.
70]. Browse around Point Waterfront Flea Market
Spend time at the Point Waterfront Flea Market. This area boasts a variety of restaurants, live entertainment and restored beautiful terraced cottages.

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