The Inner city encompasses the central districts of Johannesburg, including the tourist areas of Braamfontein, Maboneng, Newtown and Fordsburg.
The sprawling 1 Johannesburg Park Station is the beating heart for all rail services within Gauteng region as well as intercity trains from cities across the country. MetroRail runs frequent local and regional services while Gautrain provides a high-speed rail link with Pretoria and O.R. Tambo International Airport via a easy change in Sandton.
- 1 Johannesburg Art Gallery, Klein and King George streets. The biggest gallery on the African continent with a good collection of local and international work on display. Free entrance.
- 2 Standard Bank Gallery, Frederick St, ☏ . Free entrance.
- 3 Wits Origins Centre Museum, Yale Road and Enoch Sontonga Ave, ☏ . An excellent multimedia display of the rock art and the origins of humankind. Good curio shop, book shop and coffee shop. Adults R80, students and youth R40.
- 1 12 Decades Johannesburg Art Hotel, 286 Fox St, ☏ . Rooms are conceptualised to interpret each decade of Johannesburg's history.