No visit to Simon's would be complete without seeing some of our history and attractions.
Simon's Town has several museums, which are worth visiting. Simon's Town Museum highlights events in the development of the town through the centuries.
The South African Naval Museum in the Mast House (1815) alongside the Simon's Town Museum, displays models of ships and related South African maritime events.
The Heritage Museum, in Amlay House on King George Street, is also worth a visit and features many aspects of the Muslim community and the nearby Mosque is absolutely beautiful.
Boulders Beach, a few kilometres to the South of Simon's Town, is reputed to be among the very best swimming beaches in the Cape, and is also internationally renowned for being home to one of only three South African colonies of African (Jackass) Penguins.
Cape Point Nature Reserve
The False Bay Yacht Club is conveniently situated adjacent to the Simon's Town Waterfront Centre in town.
Boat Charters and Sea-Kayaking are some of the many activities offered from the centre and professionally managed and run Deep Sea Fishing and Whale Watching charters are also available.
The Central Hotel Guest House is very close to all Simon's Town attractions.
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