The Castle of Good Hope is a star-shaped fort built in 1666 by the Dutch East India Company and the country's oldest colonial building. Once on the sea, it has "moved" inland because of landfill. Guided tours are offered Monday to Saturday. The Key Ceremony and firing of the Signal Cannon takes place at noon weekdays. It also houses part of the William Fehr Collection of paintings and decorative art.
Castle of Good Hope, Darling Street, Cape Town, South Africa