Weekly Child Friendly Markets


Sunday Family Market at Blaauwklippen Wine Estate

The Blaauwklippen Family Market is on every Sunday and is the perfect destination for a family outing. The market is located on the beautiful Blaauwklippen Vineyards Estate in Stellenbosch. There is plenty of entertainment for the little ones including pony rides, go-karts, a jumping castle and a Thomas the tank train ride. At the market you will find an interesting selection of arts, crafts, antiques, jewellery, fashion and delicious food stalls where you can purchase your own picnic and enjoy a relaxed, lazy Sunday at this fabulous location. Every Sunday they have live music! Click here to read more.

Blaauwklippen Wine Estate | R44, Stellenbosch | Sunday 10am – 3pm

Root 44 Markets

This lively little gem of a market, situated in the beautiful Stellenbosch Winelands on the Audacia Wine Farm, is one of the best child friendly markets you will find. Something unique and something for everyone this family friendly food and craft market is a great place for everyone to visit with tons of entertainment for the kids. Next to the craft market you will find the World of Adventure play area. This area is managed separately from the market and has plenty of entertainment inside a large marquee and a huge outdoor play area with different activities on offer including pedal go-karts, ziplines, a cricket and soccer area, two massive climbing jungle gyms in sand and a climbing wall. There is a cost for entry. Click here to read more

Audacia Wine Farm | R44, Stellenbosch | Saturday and Sunday 10am – 4pm

Market @ Vergenoegd

Vergenoegd host a family friendly market every Saturday. This is the perfect place for a relaxed day outing with the family and live music events will be held once a month. Saturday mornings kick off at 9am with the Vergenoegd Family Breakfast run or walk. A light bite will be available to order after the run while relaxing and enjoying the Duck Parade at 9:45am. Click here to read more about Vergenoegd.

Vergenoegd Wine Farm | Baden Powell Drive, Stellenbosch | Saturday 10am – 4pm

Lourensford Harvest Market

The magnificent and world-renowned Lourensford Wine Estate in Somerset West is the setting for this lively weekly Sunday Market, nestled below the beautiful Hottentots Holland Mountains. The Lourensford Harvest Market is a family friendly affair, including the furry babies, and a great place to hang out and soak up the scenic surrounds of this grand estate, relax and enjoy some downtime with your family and friends. There is a children’s entertainment section with fun fair rides, a huge inflatable slide, and a train ride through the estate. Click here to read more.

Lourensford Wine Estate | Lourensford Road, Somerset West | Sunday 10am – 3pm

Bay Harbour Market

Located in the working Hout Bay Harbour this vibey craft market has a fabulous selection of tasty gourmet delights and innovative and creative crafts. Bay Harbour Market has created a Kids Cove, an entertainment area focused on keeping your kids entertained while you relax and enjoy the vibe at the market.
A collaboration of boosting the local community, job creation and tourism this local market hits the nail on the head. Crafts are of the highest quality due to strict standards for traders. At the market you will find a selection of handmade local curios, artwork, vintage clothing, natural fabric linens, funky fashion, antiques, leather goods, jewellery, health and wellness goods and more. There are plenty of food stalls to suit all palates and diets from dim sims, wood-fired pizza’s, LCHF meals, gluten free treats, vegetarian delights, craft beers, wines, coffee, smoothies and fresh juices. Friday nights are all about live music, relaxing and getting into the weekend vibe. This market is definitely worth a visit to experience a vibrant South African culture.

31 Harbour Road, Hout Bay | Friday 5pm -9pm | Saturday and Sunday 9:30am – 4pm

*Market details correct at time of publishing


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