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Braamfontein Tours


Street culture, Art, Music and colour Braamfontein will give you all that!


- Walking R350 per person.

- Bike Tour R550 per person

- E-scooter R650 Per Person

All groups +5 please enquire using the form

Pick-up time & duration

Every Day 09:00AM to 12:00PM

                14:00 PM to 5:00PM


Tour guide

Water or Coffee



In the beginning, Braamfontein was originally a Farm that adjoined Randjeslaagte (the triangular piece of Government-Owned Land between the Farms) on the west. It occurs in the records as early as 1853 and was owned by Gert Bezuidenhout. By the time Gold was Discovered in 1886, various families were living on it

Like most places in Johannesburg, this area is now a combination of corporate spaces, students, and small businesses.

The students bring life to the space and on a random day you could bump into local celebrities who still want to get close to the street and culture, we have a saying that Braamfontein is for cool kids and if you can make it here you can make it any where.

On this experience, we will connect you to Johannesburg's trendsetters.

What makes "Braam" Stand out?

Besides the beautiful murals and the loud street parties, Braamfontein is home to what we call the 'born free's' which are individuals who were born after Apartheid ended most of them are students from different parts of South Africa and Africa as a whole therefore everyone is FREE here.

Fashion is what Braamfontein is known for. It is a form of expression and most of these students have left their family homes for the first time and came to Johannesburg just to be their authentic selves which makes the area very unique.

Everyone comes to Braamfontein to be themselves and you should too :) 

street art

Key landmarks we will be seeing.

Wits Art Museum - Museum showcasing thousands of pieces of African artwork ranging from historic to contemporary.

Mandela bridge - Built to connect Braamfontein to Newtown which is another suburb known for Jazz in South Africa.

99 Juta Street - 99 Juta street is a design-focused development in Braamfontein. Home to various events and exhibitions but mostly known as the Instagrammble spot.

Constitutional Hill - is a living museum that tells the story of South Africa's journey to democracy. The site is a former prison and military fort.



"This is really an amazing experience.Their nightlife experiences are worth it and the company lives up to their name. Thanks Tye and Romeo!"

Treasure M wrote a review Feb 2020

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