Canterbury Museum led archaeological dig at Kaiapohia Pa, Woodend.
Construction of the postal centre on Hereford and Worcester Street, looking north west.
Miss Robyn Eyles, an office assistant at Canterbury Museum with scale model of the Endeavour which has just been completed an will be used in a travelling exhibition and teaching programme about...
White marble statue on a stone plinth of William Rolleston, last Superintendent of Canterbury, 1866-1876. Sculptor Herbert Hampton; erected 1906.
Marlin Perkins, zoologist, with a model rhinoceros at the Canterbury Museum.
R. J. Jacobs of the Canterbury Museum with 1058 poisoned birds collected from a farm property near Mount Hutt.
Flower beds at the Botanic Gardens looking north towards the Canterbury Museum.
Canterbury Museum on Rolleston Avenue.
A schoolgirl cycles past the entrance to the Christchurch Botanic Gardens on Rolleston Avenue.
Museum walk, Canterbury Museum and Rolleston Avenue.
Christchurch Botanical Gardens Spring 2018.
A toddler marvels at the fish swimming inside the tank at the Discovery Centre in the Canterbury Museum.
Members of Christchurch Cathedral Society of Bellringers, Roy Hainsworth, John Gardner, Shirley Gardner, Derek Gardner, and Michael Clayton, give a presentation of handbells at Canterbury Museum.
Tram on Rolleston Avenue, Christchurch, outside Canterbury Museum
Statue of William Rolleston on Rolleston Avenue outside Canterbury Museum
Guests at the wedding of Arnold Robinson and Hineuru Jones, Pacific Hall, Canterbury Museum.
Exterior of Canterbury Museum to the right
"It is a wonderful night out...taking a quick tour at the Christchurch Botanic Garden. The garden offers world-class enjoyment that I indulged very much, a go-to relax place I would recommend to...
Charlie I. Tuarau showing the early method of drilling holes in stone, using a stone-tipped drill to standard two and three children from West Spreydon School.
Kneeling on a cushion behind a low table and dressed in a kimono, Chieko Breeze demonstrates the traditional Japanese art of floral arranging to an audience in Oriental Hall at the Canterbury Museum.
Scaffolding on the eastern facade of the Canterbury Museum.