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New Zealand is an unbelievably beautiful holiday destination in the south-western Pacific Ocean with each city offering so many amazing things. Christchurch for instance is a vast city with several attractions reflecting the rich English heritage. If you plan a visit to New Zealand anytime soon, make sure to discover these wonderful tourist attractions in Christchurch having definitely something in store for all sorts of travellers:

Willow Bank Wildlife Reserve

New Zealand is home to world-class nature and the same is evident at Willow Bank Wildlife Reserve. This place conserves some of the most exotic species of flora and fauna; and visitors can also discover here New Zealand’s Big 5 Wildlife including the kiwi, kaka, tuatara, kea and takahe. There are many guided tours and hiking trips offered. Besides, it is an ideal place to see traces of the native Maori culture, and have a traditional experience of New Zealand at the in-house restaurants.

International Antarctic Centre

Situated close to the Christchurch International Airport, International Antarctic Centre is one of the tourist attractions in the country offering an array of interactive, fun and exciting experiences for visitors of all age groups.  It is a perfect place to experience the awe-inspiring beauty of Antarctica and to conduct all types of social and business events. You can have a great time here seeing penguins up close, chilling in an incredible Antarctic storm room, enjoying Antarctic bars and discovering several other Antarctic exhibits.

Christchurch Botanic Gardens

Known for its beautiful trees, Christchurch Botanic Garden is a wonderful natural attraction capturing several peace seekers from all around. It was founded in 1863 with the planting of an English oak tree and thus, comprises an impressive array of plant collections that delight all throughout the year. You can visit here with your family and friends and have a great picnic time while discovering an array of amazing attractions including Azalea and Magnolia Garden, Central Rose Garden, Herbaceous Border, Conservatories, New Zealand Gardens and more.

Canterbury Museum

Situated in the central city of Christchurch, Canterbury Museum is a perfect place to discover art, culture and history of the country. It is a Benjamin Mountfort designed building established in 1867 where you can majorly learn about the natural history of Canterbury and the people who have made their homes here. The galleries here display treasures and tools from the region’s first people. You would love to visit the museum and explore how the country has evolved and become what it is today.

Christchurch Cathedral

One of the world’s most beautiful churches, Christchurch Cathedral is a worth-visit in Christchurch. It is a deconsecrated Anglican cathedral in the city where you can discover the Victorian themed architecture and decor dating back to the yesteryear. Built in the 1850s by famous architects Benjamin Mountfort and George Gilbert Scott, it was the focal point of Cathedral Square, an area historically recognised as the heart of the New Zealand. Visitors love to discover even the damaged parts of this glorious building through earthquakes.

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