Probably the most visited attraction in the city, the V&A combines many elements of the greatest commercial waterfront projects around the world. There are plenty of draws for tourists (the Cape Wheel, helicopter rides, boat trips to Robben Island) and locals (450 retail outlets, from H&M to a major supermarket), but it still remains a working harbor. Small seagoing vessels sail between the main harbor and the dry dock that lies adjacent to the V&A's excellent Two Oceans Aquarium and its Watershed craft and design hall. A fast-growing residential section is connected by canals that now stretch toward the city. The latest addition is the Silo District, which became a must-visit in Cape Town soon after opening in late 2017. A number of restaurants and boutiques, anchored by the Zeitz Museum of Contemporary African Arts, are located amid old grain silos.