What to do for Easter in and around Pretoria
Not going away for the Easter holidays? No worries, we’ve got you covered and with these to do’s you won’t even notice your friends’ instagram stories from other parts of the world or country.
Easter Egg hunt at Ludwig’s Roses
Go on the hunt for easter eggs amongst the roses on 1 April 2018, eat a delicious easter themed breakfast at the Rose kitchen or lunch buffet in the Rose Shed.
Easter egg hunt: R175 per child
Easter Breakfast: R95 (Adults) R58 (children)
Easter Buffet Lunch: R345 (Adults) R125 (children)
Bookings are essential, for more info click here.
Getaway at Kievitskroon
If you aren’t keen to drive too far but still want to get away, this is perfect, you won’t even notice that you are still in Pretoria.
They have a great special offer on for Easter Weekend 29 March – 1 April 2018.
R1755 per person will get you one night’s accommodation, breakfast, a wine pairing dinner as well as an Easter Carvery Buffet (on Friday and Sunday only).
De Hoek Country Hotel
Set in the quaint town of Magaliesburg, this luxury 5* hotel will definitely tick all the boxes and they have a great deal where you can stay for 3 nights, only pay for 2 over the long weekend.
From R2785 per night for an executive room.
Markets in and around Pretoria on 31 March 2018:
Irene Market – Big Red Barn 09:00 to 14:00
Cowhouse market – 10:00 to 22:00 and Beeskraal live from 17:00
Hazel Food Market – Menlo Park 8:00 to 14:00
Take the train to Cullinan on Family Day
What better way to spend your Monday than a leisurely, and we’re sure for many, a very nostalgic train trip.
Join Friends of the rail on 02 April 2018 for a trip on their vintage Diamond Express train. The train departs from their private Hermanstad station in Pretoria at 08:00 and arrives back at the station around 18:30.
You will have about 4 hours to explore Cullinan – make a booking at one of the restaurants or pack your own picnic basket and enjoy a day out.
Prices range from R160 – R320 per person depending on age.