The Maboneng Precinct is a re-imagined version of a town that had gone through a bit of a slum. Perpetuity, a property giant, gentrified an entire precinct, and turned it into what it is today… a hub filled with creative people, a market, fine food and drink and parties!
Perpetuity also built a range of flats, which are inhabited by trendy people who love living in the heart of Joburg, surrounded by anything and everything they could ever need.
Arts on Main is a weekly market that’s held each Sunday and boasts a range of delicious food vendors, a bar and fabulous clothes and accessories, too. It’s a great outing for friends and families alike. It also has its own restaurant called Canteen.
The Bioscope is an independent cinema that calls Maboneng home. It’s here that art films, documentaries and cult classics are screened on the regular. Plus, you can bring food and drink from its neighbouring restaurant, Chalkboard Cafe, inside with you.
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- It's Personal - The RoofTop Series
- Le Movie Club at The Bioscope
- In The City Pop-Up Singles Valentine's Party
- Sundays In The Living Room
- Living Room's Mad Hat Tea Party
- We Love Maboneng
- BLVCK QUEER Market JOZI
- Queer Art Night
- Uzuri Street Food Launch
- Summer Night Market
- Speak The Mind XI
- Hello Silly Season! October Night Market
The Maboneng Precinct has been dubbed the coolest place in the inner city.
Venue Name:The Maboneng Precinct
TripAdvisor Traveler RatingBased on 361 reviews
What an amazing transformation of this old district in central Johannesburg. Maboneng is a very interesting district of inner city revival in the heart of Johannesburg (face your fears). Loads of...
Shawn T Says:
Great vibe, safe environment. Glad to see the inner city being revived. Great photo opportunities. Just a pity the market is only on weekends.
There is much to see and do in Maboneng from wonderfully converted warehouses, interesting office spaces,galleries, great eateries, cafes and restaurants in a safe environment in Johannesburg. We...