Cape Town has a well-earned reputation as a cultural hotbed teeming with creatives across the fields of art, design, food, fashion and more. With exciting new museums, top-notch restaurants, and design collaboratives, the city offers a plethora of options for those seeking a culture fix. Visit Always Welcome, a multi-brand cooperative in Heritage Square’s 300-year-old real estate. Housing over 40 designers and celebrated artistic voices, the space is an incubator of new ideas that architects, interior designers and cultural critics look to for inspiration and where the public can experience a curated collection of the best in Southern African design. Explore the Silo District and visit Zeitz MOCAA, the largest museum in the world for the art of Africa and its diaspora. Built within a former grain silo by English designer Thomas Heatherwick, the space is a must-visit for architecture enthusiasts.
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