NIROX Sculpture Park is open to the public on Sundays throughout the year.
Visitors are invited to walk the park and experience the NIROX sculpture collection of works by diverse artists from around the world.
R120 adults (online or at the entrance.)
R100 for pensioners & university students with a valid student card (at the gate)
Children under 12 free of charge.
Gates open at 10h00.
Kindly note that no food or beverages may be brought into the park.
Baba G at NITA's is the new pop-up restaurant operating out of the NIROX Pavilion on Sundays.
Fresh from the team behind Tutto Food Co., Baba G's at NITA's is a small rotisserie and salad deli focusing on the flavours of the Afro-Mediterranean.
Spiced free-range chicken, in-house flatbreads and fresh salads make up the menu that connects the shores of North Africa and the Middle East with Southern Europe.
Bernie's Bar offers a choice of beverages sourced from the Cradle of Humankind - Flowstone Gin & Tonic Botanicals, Black Horse Brewery, fresh juices, local mineral waters, and a selection of local of wines & iced tea.
No pets, balls, sports equipment or gazebos may be brought into the park, but do bring a picnic blanket if you so wish.