Springbok Experience Rugby Museum

The Springbok Experience Rugby Museum Portswood Rd Cape Town

South Africa is a nation that lives and breathes Rugby, almost as if it’s their religion. Therefore it comes as no surprise that they want to honour its most beloved sports through the Springbok Experience Museum.

The Springbok Experience is located next to the V&A Waterfront in the Portswood House building. Its main goal is to give locals the opportunity to get intimate with the game they love so much and to give tourist a tangible, first-hand experience of Mzansi’s most adored cornerstone.

The Springbok Experience is a world class, modern interactive museum, which tells the South African story through the eyes of their most powerful sport. The museum has more than 64 interactive digital displays that use sound, music, motion and touch screen technology to tell the story of how rugby advanced from the 1860s to the current times, as well as Wii-like games enabling visitors to test their kicking, passing, fitness and reaction.

The Springbok Experience offers a fun and entertaining experience for the everyone, no matter if you a rugby enthusiast or not, and defiantly is a must-do attraction when living in or visiting Cape Town.

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