You no longer have to wait for closing time to take advantage of the Two Oceans Aquarium's incredible views. We have added new space and more options to our venue portfolio, offering the very best in conferencing and events venues in Cape Town.

Introducing: AVENUE at the Two Oceans Aquarium

As an extension of the Two Oceans Aquarium, AVENUE is a bespoke conferencing and event venue that offers a vast space over two levels for bigger conferences and events.


This inspiring venue looks out over the V&A Waterfront Marina and, from here, you can also look directly into the Aquarium’s stunning I&J Ocean Exhibit while participating in team-building, conferencing, or enjoying a celebration or launch.

The multi-functional venue can be adapted for conferences, banquets or cocktail parties. It is a very unique space for art exhibitions, expos, brand activations or product launches.

Corporate events

From gala dinners and cocktail parties to board meetings presided over by a living kelp forest, the Two Oceans Aquarium is a truly spectacular setting for unforgettable events.

Our professional event team will conceptualise, design and plan your ultimate experience.

M.I.C.E services

AVENUE at the Two Oceans Aquarium is a versatile conference centre and meeting space that upholds the highest international standards.

Our multi-purpose spaces are ideal for large incentive groups of up to 400 delegates, or smaller groups that seek a unique, relaxed environment.

With several different locations available to you - from a dreamy meeting room to a lavish all-Aquarium extravaganza - no event is too big or too small for us. As always, our versatile, certified-Halaal food and beverage offering is freshly-prepared on-site by a team of seasoned professionals and our full-service event offering ensures that you can sit back and enjoy the fish while we take care of the rest.

Please get in touch to start planning your next breathtaking event. Email us on functions@aquarium.co.za or call 021 418 3823.

Want a function for 10 people? What about a thousand? Let's make it happen!

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