Rhodes Memorial

A national landmark, Rhodes Memorial lies within the Table Mountain National Park and the views from up here are stunning, offering panoramic vistas of industrial Cape Town, out over the airport and the Cape Flats, and on a clear day, the Helderberg and Hottentots Holland Mountain range. Built on the site where Rhodes was said to sit and restlessly contemplate his future, the memorial was designed by Sir Francis Macey and Sir Herbert Baker, and built with money raised by the citizens of Cape Town. The memorial today is a popular venue for tea or lunch at the restaurant, which now occupies the original cottage built by Herbert Baker between 1910 and 1912. The designers used granite from the rock bases on which the mountain rests, incorporating the classical architecture so admired by Rhodes.

Why not have your ceremony here to start your future together.

Included in this package:

Pre-Wedding:

Prior day meeting with the planner and marriage officer

Wedding Day:

Chauffeur driven Mercedes to and from the venue
Wedding coordinator on the day
Marriage Officer conducting marriage vows
Ceremony between the granite pillars overlooking the view
Bridal bouquet and groom's buttonhole
Bottle of champagne and glasses

Memories:

Photographer providing 200 photographs on DVD

Legalities:

All legal and administration fees
Formal signing with witnesses
Unabridged certificate

Prices from R13 000.00

Depending on season