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Art Gallery
“The modern gallery houses many New Zealand famous artists as well as collections of foreign art. ”
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Park
“If you driving there, you can park in the botanic gardens for free, then walk the perimeter of the park. The paths are wide and suitable for prams, scooters and bikes. Great place to take the kids for a bike ride. Hagley park features the Christchurch Botanical Gardens, a café, an ice-cream shop, paddling pools (summer only), toilets, kids playground, information centre, the Avon river which you can kayak or punt on (via Antigua Boat Shed), a golf course, sports grounds, cricket oval and netball courts. Christchurch Hospital is located on the edge of the gardens, as is the museum, a lovely restaurant, The Curator's House. ”
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Bus Stop
“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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Park
“The Botanic Gardens are a must visit. There are gracious old trees set alongside the Avon river, a renowned Rose garden and a native plant area dedicated to plants from New Zealand . The gardens are located near the city centre and provide a refuge for city workers and joggers . ”
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Health & Beauty Service
“The Tannery is a gorgeous place to shop! If you are looking for boutique New Zealand made stores set on a historic site with Victorian Architecture to die for this is the place for you! Shops I recommend include - Happa... for New Zealand gifts The Recycle Boutique.... preloved quality designer clothes... my favourite!”
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Bus Stop
“The museum is constantly changing. It houses collections particularly relevant to Canterbury's history. A replica Victorian Street, and Antarctic displays among many others.”
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Food Court
“Social vibe with a great variety of food choices. Indoor and outdoor eating options in a central location.”
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Zoo
“Great place to see kiwi, eels and up get up close and personal with farmyard animals. ”
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Playground
“Amazing playground for big kids and little kids plus check out New Regent Street and the ice cream shop called Rollicking Gelato!”
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Shopping Mall
“The heart of Riccarton commerce, Westfield Mall is a hubbub of activity. A great place to shop, meet with friends, go grocery shopping, go to the movies, or grab a fast meal. Very busy with foot traffic.”
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Kasino
“New Zealand's first casino, there's No Better Place To Be! Christchurch Casino is an R20 all-inclusive entertainment venue with great value dining, exciting ways to play, live entertainment, awesome events, promotions, and giveaways.”
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Beach
“Christchurch has lovely beaches. Redcliffs is on the harbour and has a safe place for children to play. Sumner is a popular surf beach. There is also a great coastal walk and many cafes and restaurants to explore.”
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Kafé
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“C1 is more than a cafe, it truly is an amazing experience. I have taken people here and years later they still talk about it. An iconic Christchurch cafe in the old High Street Post Office. Utilising the pneumatic tubes, get your food delivered to your table through the pneumatic tubes. The coffee and food is great here, it is always busy so be prepared to wait a short while for a table. c1espresso.co.nz ”
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Asiatisk restaurant
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“Asian fusian, so delicious, make sure you get the spinach starter and the fresh tuna salad, sooooo good. You won’t regret it, hv to book. 10 min walk from here on Victoria street”
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Kunst- og håndverksbutikk
“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 Rollickin’ Gelato outlet there and also Lumiere, an amazing boutique cinema with a lovely cocktail bar. Sir Ernest Rutherford (the man who first split the atom) went to university there, and one of the Centre’s many attractions include a visit to his ‘den’ – a must-do for science/physics/astronomy fans. ”
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Bus Station
“Bus no: 28 on Cranford Street, 2 min walk opposite superliquor will take you into central city”
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