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Ravenscar House Museum is the stylish new home for Jim and Susan Wakefield's cherished art collection.

The House Museum is a reimagining of the Wakefields' stunning home in the Christchurch coastal suburb of Scarborough, which was damaged beyond repair in the February 2011 earthquake.

Step inside to discover works by well-known and much-loved New Zealand artists, displayed in the tranquil domestic setting of this new Ravenscar House.

Plan your visit
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Covid-19 Orange Level

Visitors must produce their My Vaccine Pass (or a Ministry of Health medical exemption certificate) to gain entry.

Visitors will be asked to comply with public health conditions of entry. These include wearing a mask if over the age of 12; children under 12 years are encouraged to wear a mask. Visitors must sign in using the NZ COVID tracer app or the contact tracing register provided. Please download your My Vaccine Pass before arrival and sanitise you hands before presenting your pass for scanning, or your exemption certificate.

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What to see

Highlights from the Ravenscar Trust Collection

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Long-term parking

Covered, secure car parks in the Ravenscar House Museum basement are now available for long-term lease

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Admission charges

Tickets can be purchased at the House Museum