The Moses Mabhida Stadium has redefined the landscape of Durban. Go behind the scenes on either an all access or express tour, suitable for wheelchair users too.
The all-access tour covers, among other things, the competition area including state-of-the-art changerooms, mixed zone and tunnel, the unique collection of artworks, banqueting facilities, the hallowed 2010 World Cup Semi-final venue pitch and the stadium window looking on to Durban’s city skyline.
“…thoroughly enjoyed the tour, your guides were very knowledgeable and helpful and it was an awesome experience.”
This is the only stadium in the country with a curated art collection. The 40 artworks, created by over 300 artists, were a result of a public call for submissions and most were created alongside the stadium. In the presidential atrium you’ll find the 4m high Dream of Africa map , created from more than a million beads by 200 women who are linked to the Hillcrest Aids Centre. Be sure to look out for Derrik Nxumalo’s 8.5m long landscape of the road from Durban to Drakensburg , which took him 20 years to complete. You’ll find that piece in the Visitor Centre.
All tours are wheelchair-friendly and conducted by professional guides who will knock you out with fascinating facts.