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“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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“ Discover a variety of engaging special exhibitions at the Air Force Museum of New Zealand. Galleries Explore the Museum’s galleries and discover New Zealand’s military aviation history through engaging stories and artefacts. Displays Discover and reflect on New Zealand’s military aviation history through a range of displays in the museum. Memorials Reflect on the service and sacrifice of thousands of Kiwis who have served with the Air Force through the years of war and peace. Open daily from 10am to 5pm (except Christmas Day) Entry to the Museum is free, donations are appreciated. 45 Harvard Ave, Wigram”
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“Close to all Cantabs hearts.... THE Earthquakes. This gives travelers a great idea of what Christchurch and the surrounds went through. Learn about what happened through some amazing displays and interactions.”
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History Museum
“Go back in time to see some olden day living. Ride on an old tram or the steam train (runs first sunday of the month)”
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“ 1. Visit The Christchurch Botanic Gardens Founded in 1863, the Christchurch Botanic Gardens are a beautiful green space set in the heart of the city. Comprised of 10 different themed gardens set across 21 hectares of landscaped grounds, it’s a great place to head for an afternoon stroll, a picnic with friends or to simply admire the beauty of the blooms and trees scattered throughout. From spectacular native species and a heritage rose garden through to plants originating from across the globe, including Asia, Europe and beyond, there’s so much to discover throughout the gardens.”
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“Cars, cars, more cars and other modes of transportation. This just about sums up a visit to the Yaldhurst Museum in Christchurch – so if you’re a petrol head, or just appreciate the beauty and history of transport, this is one stop that should be on your itinerary when visiting the city. The museum has been open for over 40 years and is located close to the city and Christchurch International Airport, so getting there is easy and should fit into your plans.”
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