This exceptional park is set in 15 magnificent hectares that form part of an extensive nature reserve in the Cradle of Humankind World Heritage Site. It is run by the Nirox Foundation who offer an international artists residency programme and organise an annual sculpture fair that is held in the park in May. The park is open on Sundays for visitors (advance booking is essential) and occasionally on Saturdays for summer concerts and festivals. Check the schedule of events and buy your entrance tickets online at Nirox Arts.com (entrance costs R100, kids R50). Lunch is available at the pop-up restaurant Nita's Kitchen (open 10:00-16:30).