Last chance to see the exhibition of the decade

By YOU digital
19 January 2017

If you haven’t visited Future Park yet, make sure you go – it’s your last chance to see it in Cape Town!

Future Park is the exhibition of the decade.

It’s been seen by five million people, in Singapore, Tokyo, Japan, Taiwan and America – and now it’s in Cape Town.

If you haven’t been yet, hurry – the exhibition has just two weeks left at the V&A Waterfront before it moves on to Silverstar Casino in Johannesburg.

Top attractions to look out for Sketch Aquarium is by far visitors’ most popular hangout.

Colour in a fish, sea horse, jelly fish, tuna or shark and see it come alive in the tank once scanned in.

You essentially have a hand in creating a tiny part of a huge virtual fish tank.

When the feed bag drops down, run and tap it to see the fish flocking to the feast.

Eau Thermale Avène, with their marine friendly sun care products, sponsored Sketch Aquarium.

Just as you can help create the Sketch Aquarium, you can contribute to securing the future of our oceans by opting for a sun care brand that doesn’t harm marine life.

Not only that, but Eau Thermale Avène offers broad spectrum UVB and UVA coverage and is safe also for very sensitive skins.

To find the Avène sun care product that best suits you, click here for a quick and easy quiz. 

Table Where Little People Live is a miniature, amazing world where life happens on a knee-high table. It’s magical for most visitors, but toddlers especially can have fun here – the table is the perfect height for them, and you can “catch” little people, make clouds rain when a “fire” erupts, offer the littlies tiny cupcakes or eggs and help them grow strawberries. 

Story of Time is a mesmerising place where symbols appear on a blank wall.

When you touch a symbol, a piece of the story appears: a wolf, a mammoth, a tree, a mountain or rain.

As a group of kids rush up to touch the symbols, the wall turns into a massive artwork of images which combine to show what the world looked like before humans arrived on the scene.

Future Park is at the V&A Waterfront until 31 January 2018.

Tickets cost R140 a person and are available at Computicket or at the door.

For more about Future Park go to

To book tickets now, click here.  

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