Free Birthday Activities in Cape Town

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If you’re a Capetonian looking for a fun way to celebrate your birthday without breaking the bank, you’re in luck! Cape Town is full of amazing opportunities to enjoy a day out without spending a cent. Here are some of the best free birthday activities in the area:

Bike Ride on the Sea Point Promenade

Up Cycles on the Sea Point Promenade is one of the most popular small businesses in Cape Town, offering an hour’s bike ride for just R90. But if you show your ID card on your birthday, you can ride for free! Take in incredible sights from a bike saddle and explore the beautiful surroundings of this popular area.

Table Mountain Cableway Return Trip

For the entire month of your birthday, you can claim a free return pass to the Table Mountain Cableway. Just show your ID card and enjoy a breathtaking ride up to one of Cape Town’s most iconic landmarks.

Outdoor Cinema at Kirstenbosch Gardens

Catch a free outdoor movie screening at the Galileo Open Air Cinema, located at Kirstenbosch Gardens. With reclining seats and blankets included, it’s the perfect way to relax and enjoy a movie under the stars on your birthday. Present your ID at the front desk to claim your free entry, seat, and blanket.

Free Cake at Mugg and Bean

Want something sweet to celebrate your big day? Download the Mugg and Bean app and enjoy a delicious free slice of cake on your birthday.

Two Oceans Aquarium

Bring your ID card and enjoy free entry to the Two Oceans Aquarium on your birthday and up to six days after. Explore the beautiful marine life of Cape Town and make unforgettable memories.

Rush Hour Trampoline Park

Bring along your ID card and get a free jump at Rush Hour Trampoline Park. Socks excluded.

Ster Kinekor Movie Ticket

Join the Ster Kinekor movie club and receive a free 2D or 3D movie ticket on your birthday. It’s valid for seven days, so you can enjoy your favorite movie at your convenience.

Sorbet Voucher

Sign up for a loyalty card at Sorbet and receive up to 50% off a voucher in your birthday month.

The Body Shop Voucher

Receive a pre-loaded R75 voucher when you sign up for a loyalty card at The Body Shop. Visit during your birthday month and present your ID to claim your free treat.

Cape Town Fish Market Voucher

Sign up for a loyalty card at Cape Town Fish Market and receive a R100 voucher on your birthday, valid for 30 days.

JC Brasserie Drink

Enjoy a free drink with a meal to the value of R80 at JC Brasserie. Just bring your ID card to claim your freebie.

With all of these amazing free birthday activities available, you’re sure to have a day to remember without spending a cent. So get out there, explore Cape Town, and enjoy your special day!

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