Moses Mabhida Stadium activities

The Moses Mabhida Stadium has a whole heep of activities ranging from a basic tour of the Stadium to bungi jumping, Arche swinging, and much more. The staduim is situated directly oppose

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Guided Tours

Moses Mabhida Stadium at night

The Moses Mabhida Stadium offers guided professional, general and school tours.The professional all access tour covers the following areas:

• VIP Presidential suites and atrium
• Banqueting facilities
• The stadium competition area including the state of the art change rooms and players mixed zone and tunnel
• The hallowed 2010 World Cup Semi-final venue pitch
• The Moses Mabhida Stadium window looking on to Durban's CBD and glorious coastline
• Imbizo Place lifestyle retail area

Operating Hours:

• Monday (Schools only) 09h00 to 15h00 (by appointment only)
• Tuesday - Sunday 09h00 to 16h00
o 09h00 to 09h45 - General Tour
o 10h00 to 10h45 - General Tour
o 10h00 to 11h30 - Professional Tour
o 11h00 to 11h45 - General Tour
o 12h00 to 12h45 - General Tour
o 12h00 to 13h30 - Professional Tour
o 13h00 to 13h45 - General Tour
o 14h00 to 14h45 - General Tour
o 14h00 to 15h30 - Professional Tour
o 15h00 to 15h45 - General Tour
o 16h00 to 16h45 - General Tour
o 16h00 to 17h30 - Professional Tour

Information: 031 582 8242


• Professional tours (90 min tour)
o Adults and Children - R75.00
o Children under 6 / pre school - Free entry
o Pensioners discount 10%
o Group Size: 20 max
o All professional tours can be pre-booked (min 5 people)
• General tour (30 min tour)
o Adults - R20.00
o Children under 12 - R15.00
o Pensioners discount 10%
o Children under 6 / pre school - Free entry
o Group Size: 20 max
• School tours - Mondays
o Free entry - pre bookings only
o Group Size: 100 max

Weekdays – All tickets, except pre-booked professional tour tickets, are sold to the public on a first come first serve basis.

Weekends – Stadium tours cannot be pre-booked on weekends, all tickets are sold on a first come first serve basis.

Safety information for stadium tours:

• Children must be supervised at all times
• No smoking
• No prams allowed on tours
• No pets allowed

Activities at the Moses Mabhida Stadium

skywalk at moses mebida

Sky Walk

The southern legs of the arch incorporate a SkyWalk. Visitors will be issued with safety equipment and, under the watchful eye of qualified instructors, will be able to make their trip to the top of the arch (and down again) via some 550 steps.

Operating Hours:

• Monday - Friday / Sunday 10h00 to 17h00
o 10h00
o 13h00
o 16h00 (Last SkyWalk)
• Saturday 10h00 to 17h00
o 10h00 (First SkyWalk)
o 13h00
o 16h00 (Last SkyWalk)

Booking 031 582 8242


• Adults - R80 per person
• Pensioners - 10% Discount
• No children discount
• No children under 10

Note:• Participants to wear appropriate closed shoes / trainers • Group Size: 9

Big Swing

big swing

Take the plunge and try the Big Rush Big Swing at Moses Mabhida Stadium. This is the world's only stadium swing and the largest swing of any kind anywhere. Jump into the void 106 metres above the pitch and swing out in a huge 220 metre arc under the iconic arch.


• R595-00 per person


• 9am to 5pm daily (weather permitting)


• comfortable walking shoes must be worn
For further information: 031 332 3250

Sky Car

sky car

A tourist attraction in its own right, the Sky Car will ferry up to 20 visitors to the stadium arch’s highest point, where they can enjoy a breathtaking 360-degree view of the city. The Sky Car consists of a single cabin mounted on an undercarriage that runs along steel tracks fixed to the top of the north arch.


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The funicular runs along the length of the north arch from the lower station to the upper station at the Sky Platform. The gradient of the arch varies substantially; therefore the funicular is fitted with a hydraulic self leveling floor. The cabin is framed by glass windows with entrance and exit doors at either end. The roof consists of glass louvers that can be opened electronically by the driver for ventilation. The passengers travel up the arch in a standing position holding onto the handrail around the perimeter.

The Sky Car is operated by a single driver. He/she drives the Sky Car from the inside of the cabin. The ascent and descent are started by the press of a button. The opening and closing of the automated doors is controlled by the driver. The braking of the Sky Car at the lower and upper station is automated. The release of the emergency brake system is also automated, but can also be manually applied by the driver.

The emergency brake system is activated automatically if the Sky Car accelerates to a speed outside normal working parameters (defined in the technical operations manual).
A trip with the Sky Car runs along the top of the north arch to the Sky Platform. The Sky Car returns by the same way.

The Sky Car is pulled up the arch by a wire rope. The rope is wound around a drum situated in the engine room below the lower station. The drum is driven by a motor. The cable runs from the drum along the centre of the tracks to the top of the arch, where it is returned to run back down the arch by a return wheel. The lower end is fixed to the Sky Car. In this manner the Sky Car is pulled up the arch by winding the rope around the motorized drum in the engine room.

During descent the Sky Car essentially rolls down the arch in a controlled manner under its own gravity. For this reason the Sky Car can be returned to the lower station in the event of a power failure. The cable drum and motor are fitted with two brakes, a service brake and an emergency brake. The Sky Car is also fitted with an emergency brake.

Operating Hours @ Moses Mabhida Stadium
• Monday - Sunday 09h00 to 18h00
• Last Sky Car Trip at 17h30

Information: 031 582 8242


• Adults - R50 per person
• Pensioners - 10% discount
• Children under 12 - R25 per person
• Children Under 6 - Free entry

Please obtain a valid ticket for your Sky Car trip from the ticket office BEFORE joining the queue.

Safety information for the viewing platform:
• Children must be supervised at all times
• Do not climb onto the balustrade
• Do not lean over the balustrade
• No smoking
• No prams allowed in Sky Car and on viewing platform
• No pets allowed
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