Victoria Wharf in the making.
This is Dalliance, a new restaurant in Victoria Wharf.
A new activewear store, from Australia to the V&A.
A stand by August and Famke.
A group of friends hanging out at the V&A on NYE.
Photograph by Grant McLachlan
Taken in the Queen Victoria Hotel on Portswood Ridge.
The opening of the new play area in front of the Food Court.
Buskers at the V&A make the harbour experience even more special.
A giant chair by Pierre Cronje, as part of Cape Town as World Design Capital in 2013.
Delicious fresh oysters from Dalliance.
Santa is at the V&A!
The delicious Fish tacos at Mondiall.
The newly revamped Willoughby & Co space.
One of the best ways to tour the harbour, city and Atlantic Seaboard is by bicycle. Rent one by the hour from UpCycles at the Clock Tower or book a tour with AWOL Tours from our Info Centre on Dock Road. Photograph by Andrew Brauteseth.
Our award-winning Watershed has now been trading for over a year. The transformation of a rusty old blue shed filled with crafty curios for tourists into a thriving hub of activity for artists and entrepreneurs has been a sight to behold. Photograph by Marc Hoberman.
The Queen Victoria Hotel on Portswood Ridge has beautiful details in her interior design. Photograph by Claire Gunn.
Inside one of our studio apartments in Ports Edge on Portswood Ridge. Décor by Weylandts.
Fishermen hard at work in our bustling harbour. More than 19 000 people work at the V&A.
Just imagine how many selfies have been taken at the V&A!
Our free live entertainment is one of most special things about the V&A, from crowds gathering around impromptu busker performances to a full Amphitheatre on a Summer's afternoon.
A flashback to our annual fireworks show over the harbour as the clock strikes 12 on New Year's Eve.
A flashback to when we painted the Clock Tower green and gold in support of the Springboks.