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The Aigantighe Art Gallery in Timaru is renowned internationally for its art collection and innovative exhibition and education programmes. It was founded in 1956 by the Grant family who came from Scotland and it now hol...

The Air Force Museum of New Zealand in Christchurch holds the national collection of the Royal New Zealand Air Force. The Museum’s role is to preserve and present the history of New Zealand’s military aviation through it...

Akaroa Museum is focused on the history of Banks Peninsula. Its collections are varied from archives, archaeology and art to zoology. A full range of museum services is provided to the community and visitors, including c...

The Cob Cottage Museum is set out as an early settlers cottage. Built in 1860-1870, constructed out of clay, straw and tussock. The museum houses an extensive collection of domestic and other memorabilia from a bygone er...

Situated in the historic buildings of the original Canterbury University, the Arts Centre is one of Christchurch's most significant cultural attractions. It offers more than 40 craft studios, galleries and shops, numerou...

Our Vision An accessible, exciting and innovative regional public art gallery which is a source of pride to the Ashburton District community. Our Purpose * To present a varied, thought provoking and innovative p...

Situated on Ashburton Airfield, Seafield Road this museum has two display hangars, workshop building and clubrooms. "Home of the Harrier" - ex RAF GR3 with a Falkland's connection. Base for the Southern DC3 trust's ...

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...

Up to 40 veteran vintage, post-vintage, post-war and post-1960 cars and commercial vehicles, and 15 motorcycles are included in this collection. Most of the exhibits are privately owned, roadworthy and stored at the muse...

The museum is adjacent to the historic Old Schoolmaster's House (built 1877) on the Kapuatohe Historic Reserve. Extensive photograph collection plus objects from earlier days. Closed by earthquake damage February 2011,...

This is one of New Zealand's earliest coal mines, first discovered by Thomas Brunner in 1848. The first commercial mine opened in 1864, coal production reached a peak in 1901 then declined rapidly and ceased in 1942. Bru...

Our mission, as a photographic museum, is to save the photographic heritage and art of Canterbury.

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