Two shows currently touring SA are The Power of Poison and The Terracotta Army and the first Emperor of China. Both are being done through expoRSA exhibitions/events, so we decided to go see what all the fuss was about and see both of them while they are at Silverstar Casino in Krugersdorp.
If you are considering seeing either of these, then let me say I HIGHLY recommend doing so...and in fact suggest that you see both of them if possible. You definitely get value for money and both adults and children will enjoy both.
These are two exhibits to go and spend time at just being amazed.
Tickets are available from Webtickets and the shows move next to Centurion Mall, and then down to Cape Town. I cannot recommend enough that you go and see both of these exhibits. They are completely different but oh so interesting.
Thank you to ExpoRSA for the passes to both exhibts.
Set up with dim lights and a creepy atmosphere, we were instantly transported into the world of poisons.
This is ideal for teaching both young and old, how poisons work and famous people of poison stories. From Alice in Wonderland to Cleopatra, you explore a world of bugs and plants that need to be avoided and respected. We LOVED this exhibit and found it incredibly interesting and lost time while exploring it. Well worth going to see.
This exhibit is MAGNIFICENT...there is no other word.
Discover Ancient China’s greatest army of over 300 life-sized clay models of the greatest warriors in history.
Life size replicas and fascinating facts take you back to BC China. From the foot soldiers to the horses, this show is breathtaking. It may be a little over the head of very little children, but it definitely will be fascinating to young and old. This is one of those exhibits where you will be completely fascinated in what you see and WILL walk out going "I did NOT know that"
You need to go and take the opportunity to see this one of a kind exhibit.
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