Time slots are in place as only a certain number of visitors are allowed inside the venue at any one time. If you buy a ticket for a certain time slot you can only enter the exhibition at that time and not earlier.
Please note that if you for instance have a ticket for the 11 am slot, it doesn’t mean that you must be there at exactly 11 am. There’s no show as such – it’s an exhibition that you walk through, so if you enter at 11.15 am you won’t miss out on anything. However, you must enter the exhibition within 20 minutes of your indicated time slots. If you enter after 20 minutes it will result in a loss of tickets.
Any unused tickets will be forfeited, as stated in the terms and conditions.
If a time slot on the Computicket website displays SOLD OUT, it means no more tickets are available for that slot and none will be sold at the door for that slot. We advise booking via Computicket to avoid disappointment.
Johannesburg: 24 February 2018 to 8 April 2018
Monday to Sunday, 10am – 6pm.
Last entry 30 minutes prior to closing time.
The Globe, Silverstar Casino, Johannesburg
Adults and children: R130*
Family package (two adults and two children): R460
Pensioners (over 60) and students (with identification): R115
*Free entrance to children under 18 months and shorter than 73 cm.
Any extra costs?
All interactive activities are included in the entrance fee. Extra drawing paper will be on sale at a nominal price inside the venue. The Future shop offers souvenirs with your own drawing printed on. Items include mugs, caps, T-shirts, bags and keyrings.
No food or drink will be allowed inside the venue. There will be several food stalls around the venue.
We’ve tried our best to alleviate queues by implementing time slots. Please stick to your slot.
How much time will I spend at the exhibition?
Most people spend about an hour and a half at the exhibition. Children prefer to stay in the activities areas for longer.
Is the venue and exhibition wheelchair-friendly?
Can I leave my child there?
No children may be left unaccompanied. There will be assistants to help with the activities but no dedicated child minders.