The Two Oceans Aquarium is a window into the spectacular oceans surrounding the southern African coast.
Their collection of more than 3000 marine creatures represent the life that thrives along the South African coast, and the exhibits and displays package messages around conservation and environmental awareness in a fun and accessible way.
Don’t miss the sharks, jellies and stingrays!
*The Two Oceans Aquarium offers half-price admissions on Museum Night. *Half prices below on Museum Night.
*Adult ticket - R90
*Child ticket (4–13 years) - R45
*Child ticket (14–17 years) - R65
*South African pensioner - R65
*South African student - R65
The following performances have been scheduled for Museum Night. Please check the programmes on the night.
18:30 – 19:30
Luh’ra is a singer/songwriter based in Cape Town. Accompanied by her golden guitar, the best way to describe her music would be acoustic soul.
The songstress aims to transform spaces through tranquil melodies, sharing personal feelings and moments through her lyrics, encouraging listeners to reflect on their own experiences. Luh’ra has been avidly sharing her music for the past year. She started doing so by creating and curating her own events, paying careful attention to aesthetic details, allowing spectators to enter her audio/visual realm.
20:00 – 21:00
Jon Jon is a compilation of bedroom songs that flow through genres that influenced his taste in music over the last 15 years. It plays between dream pop and angsty punk riffs that speak through simple yet honest lyrics. Influences are Rilo Kiley, Frightened Rabbit, and worship music that he used to play in church.
Jon Jon will be accompanied by Saxophonist Dean Bellingan.