The Arts Centre Te Matatiki Toi Ora
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The Arts Centre offers Resourceful Skills Workshops to visitors, from $25 per session. Check out their website Rekindle.org.nz
This complex hosts the Christchurch i-site, eateries, shops and is located in a collection of buildings that originally hosted the University and Boys High. It is being restored, and is a great place to have a wander.
A must visit - Art galleries, Small shops, cafés, The Great Hall, Rutherford's Den
Enjoy the historic centre of Christchurch. Do some shopping or enjoy the gelato.
The Arts Centre has been a meeting place for Cantabrians for a very long time, It is part of the old University (where Rutherford split the atom). It is home to local artisans, theatre, markets, restaurants and cafes and often has outdoor concerts, movies etc.
New Zealand’s largest collection of Category 1 heritage buildings. Once the University of Canterbury, the Arts Centre is now a place to eat, drink, and visit galleries. The Centre was significantly damaged in the 2010/11 earthquakes but its rebuild is now past the halfway point. There’s a…
beautiful old buildings, a museum & gardens, food stalls, buskers, native art sales, Maori Art
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“Hosting local and international art exhibitions, the building is worth a wander about. The Gallery shop contains an eclectic selection of giftware.”
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“stunning clothing, homewares, books and art stores as well as theatre and brewery bar. ”
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“The main park in Christchurch. We are just 10mins walk away! Check out the park for lots of walking options, yearly activities and events, botanic gardens and access to the CBD. ”
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“Lovely place for a picnic and seeing the beautiful gardens. Often live music is played in the weekends. ”
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“2. Visit The Canterbury Museum Boasting a fine collection of artefacts that span New Zealand’s natural and cultural history, Canterbury Museum is a great spot to visit if you’re wanting to learn more about the region’s heritage and the people and events that have helped to shape it over time. Featuring a wide selection of permanent exhibitions focusing on subjects as broad as Antarctic exploration, Asian arts, geology, and early European settlement, as well as an ever changing lineup of special exhibitions. ”
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