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This major New Zealand regional museum holds in trust almost two million collection items of regional, national and international significance. The collections cover a wide range of topics including Canterbury's first pe...

The Staveley Museum is located in the old relocated school building of Springburn. Here, the display of artifacts from in and around the Foothills district of Mid Canterbury, reflect the history of a small yet vibrant co...

The Ashburton Museum features an extensive collection of historical records and photographs related to the whole Ashburton District. These include the Binsted and Tindall negative collections, an extensive map collect...

Our collection is housed in the old Homebush brick stables building which has a Category 1 classification by the Historic Places Trust. The collection has a Rural regional basis with farming implements, old machinery, h...

National repository for the records of the Methodist Church of New Zealand, including manuscripts and archives, publications, newspapers, architectural drawings, photographs and oral history recordings.

Liffey Cottage, built in 1875, now stands on land donated for the first library (now Pioneer Hall) and moved to Gerald Street in 1900. The Cottage has been restored and furnished as a working man's cottage to a period no...

Immerse yourself in the world of Canterbury art and then take it home. This gallery provides exhibitions and work for sale from a wide variety of New Zealand artists, and has a special interest in Canterbury artists, fea...

Pioneer Hall is used to house a small collection of early photographs - and other material, about the Lincoln district.

An extensive range of New Zealand Social History set out in 9,000 sq ft of buildings.

The Museum opened in 1979 and is mainly upstairs in the old Sumner Borough Council Chambers. We hold Archives from 1883, also land deeds from 1851, plus many local diaries, photos, paintings, Maori artifacts, WWII record...

Contains photos and maps of local history plus farm equipment and Edwardian and Victorian rooms.

Experience rural life in New Zealand in 1850 right down to the discovery of moa bones. Cheviot Hills was the first big land holding in New Zealand to be divided to provide small farming units for settlers. The museum fol...

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