The museum is the largest museum in the world (applied art, decorative art and design art). It has a large collection of jewelry, furniture, clothing, ceramics, locks, cameras, etc. It also has many things from different historical periods and different parts of the world. This place is great, it is free, don't miss it! It should be included in your trip itinerary without a doubt, especially because of its close proximity to several other tourist attractions and other museums.
The gallery is a baroque-style building. Inside are some modern works of art, including photos, paintings, and even some handicrafts. There are some statues in the open air outside, which still feels a good artistic atmosphere.
The Christchurch Art Center is not very big. There is a small square in front of it. There are people performing acrobatics. Many foreigners are sitting there watching it. It is very lively. But I looked at it and the acrobatics are actually of poor quality, not very beautiful. Foreigners are still very happy to watch. Maybe the local residents are too boring, so let's get some sun there. Anyway, the art center is basically free.
The Christchurch Art Gallery-this building by the Australian architectural design team-was built in 2003, but due to a major earthquake in the following years, it is now being rebuilt, and the photocopies of the exhibits in the museum are arranged next to the gallery Exhibition on the open space
The Christchurch Art Center is a typical Gothic building and the former site of the University of Canterbury. As soon as I entered the door, a row of tables, chairs and lamp posts hanging upside down on the ceiling successfully attracted my attention. This lamp post reminds me of Star Wars. I especially love the yellow theme exhibition area, the name is how to leave the surface of the moon.
Art Center A little touch of England in Christchurch. The Catholic Cathedral and Art Center, which were most affected by the 2011 earthquake, did not aggravate the phenomenon. The buildings we see now are still very beautiful. This city is still worth a visit!
Preston_Dominguez: 1 Hereford Street, Christchurch, CAN 8013 New Zealand
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Avon River,Christchurch Botanic Gardens,Canterbury Museum,Mona Vale,Cathedral Square