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“ 9. Visit The Tannery shopping Centre or The Crossing Find shopping in a restored Victorian Tannery, complete with stylish Atrium and crafted fittings.Dining and casual food alongside craft beer, artisan bread and Canterbury produce. Alternatively visit the Crossing in the heart of the city for all the big brand name shops.”
119lokala rekommendationer
“Wrapped around the Botanic Gardens, Hagley Park is Christchurch's biggest green space, stretching for 165 hectares. Riccarton Ave splits it in two, while the Avon River snakes through the northern half. It's a great place to take the kids, go for walk or play a game of golf.”
95lokala rekommendationer
“Excellent mix of contemporary and historic works of art by local and NZ artists and usually international exhibitions also.”
79lokala rekommendationer
“Right in the city centre and free to enter, the CBG is a world class Botanic Gardens with magnificent trees and shrubs from all around the world. The NZ section is a good place to learn about NZ's unique native flora. Children will enjoy feeding the ducks and playing in the playground. There is a cafe, gift shop & ice cream shop.”
58lokala rekommendationer
“Canterbury Museum can be found in Christchurch's cultural precinct in a beautiful stone building that was opened on 1 October 1870. Explore New Zealand's rich cultural and natural heritage.”
60lokala rekommendationer
“No matter your age you can experience  the joy of playing on this playground”
39lokala rekommendationer
“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. ”
61lokala rekommendationer
Light Rail Station
“The breath taking view over Canterbury plains and Peninsula is a must on a nice day”
54lokala rekommendationer
“Up market food and clothing Anchored by Spotlight home wares store Also contains a boutique Cinema and many eateries on the periphery: Torenhoff Belgian Beer Cafe, Hello Sunday, 5th Street,Burgers and Beers and more...”
52lokala rekommendationer
“Larger Mall Anchored by shopping giant K-Mart More child friendly downstairs, Smiggle, lolly shop, the usual suspects in the food court etc A little more upmarket upstairs including a quieter food court, more designer clothing and home wares. Hoyts also have a Cinema located here ”
49lokala rekommendationer
“There's beautiful, different kind of flowers, huge trees. You can always go on a tree swing if you're lucky to find it :) Best date spot ever. ”
44lokala rekommendationer
“Great fun for kids and adults alike. You'll get to see New Zealand animals up close - Kiwis, Takahe and Keas. Not too be missed - feels like you're in the bush.”
47lokala rekommendationer
Asiatisk restaurang
“Spoilt for choice with regards to Asian style options it is hard to single one out however ‘King of Snake’ at 145 Victoria Street offers both excellent food and interesting décor.”
39lokala rekommendationer
Food Court
“An up-market eatery, Christchurch's newest and most unique space to eat out. Experience eight different local and family run restaurants.”
42lokala rekommendationer
“Family friendly, craft beer pub. 3 minutes walk from Olive Cottage, designated driver not required. Has a restaurant with excellent food, highly recommended as the best pub food in Christchurch.”
44lokala rekommendationer
“Nice drive to Sumner Village, cafes and a few shops and a beach front promenade to walk along. Lovely views out to sea, you can learn to surf here!”
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