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At the Guest house-

Attractions & landmarks

Botanical Gardens - 5km

Showgrounds - 8km

Free-State Stadium (Vodacom Park) - 3km

Medi-Clinic - 3km

Naval Hill (Nelson Mandela Statue), Planetarium "The Edge" and Game Viewing -  2km

Orchid House 2 km

Shopping Centre , Restaurants, ATM - 1km

Bram Fischer Airport - 10km

Schoemans Park Golf Course - 5km

Bloemfontein Golf Club - 7.1km

Tempe Golf Club - 4.3km

Day Spa - 1km

Baysvillage (Spar, ATM's, Restaurants, Clicks) - 500m

Preller Walk - 2.7km (ATM, City Med Day Clinic, Dischem and restaurants

Oliewenhuis Art Museum - 2km

Modenso Park - Model Train Park - 1.5km

University of the Free State - 5.5km

Central University of Technology - CUT - 4.4km

Naval Hill Planetarium offers special family programs

during the June-July holiday. 


The first digital planetarium in sub-Saharan Africa – located on Naval Hill, right here in Bloemfontein-- was inaugurated on 1 November 2013!

With a view to the June- July holiday six special family programs will be presented on Friday evenings on 27 June, 4 July and 11 July. The programmes include the following shows: Nanocam and Fragile Planet. More details on these shows and the shows for the rest of July follow below. All pre-recorded shows are in English but the live presentations and tour of the universe are either in Afrikaans or English as indicated.


Nanocam (You shrink to the size of an insect and fly you through the eye of a needle.)

Nanocam is a microscopic joyride into the five kingdoms of living things. With the latest 3D animation technology it offers a unique, motivating, didactic and funny approach to living things that has never been seen like this before.

The perfect show to celebrate United Nations Decade on Biodiversity, stimulate interest into science and evoke an investigative spirit among young people.

Nanocam is an invitation to think about what life is.


Fragile Planet (Travel 120 million light years to rediscover home).

Fragile Planet gives audiences an astronaut’s view of Earth, highlighting Earth’s unique regions. The journey then continues to the Moon, Mars, and beyond the 

Milky Way to search for habitats that might host extraterrestrial life.



Adults: R 50
Learners: R 30
Students (with valid student card): R 30
Pensioners: R 30
Rates and dates for group bookings available on request.


Purchase tickets at

  • The door. Please  keep in mind that the Planetarium is often full;

  • Computicket at all Checkers, Shoprite, House and Home and  Checkers Hyper shops;

  • Computicket’s call centre (08619158000).

or online at



Please direct enquiries via email to Yolandie Loots at or contact her at 051 401 9751.

More details of shows follow below.















































































American Museum of Natural History

Hermann Ohlthaver Trust

Joan St Leger Lindbergh Charitable Trust

Old Mutual Foundation

Raubex Group

University of Michigan

Windmill CSI (Sun International)