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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.

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Season Pass

Annual Passes Now on Sale

Annual passes are now available at a cost of $75 a year for adults and $60 a year for seniors and students.

If you have already visited the House Museum the price will be reduced to $50 and $40 until the end of October 2022. To take advantage of this special price, you will need to provide a ticket receipt or be in our database (because you signed up for the digital guide or completed the Visitor Survey).

Annual passes can be purchased from the front desk at Ravenscar House Museum, but please contact us to confirm you're in our database.

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Ravenscar House Museum Wins Supreme Award at Commercial Project Awards

Ravenscar House Museum has won the top prize at the New Zealand Commercial Project Awards. It was built by HRS Construction and their project partners.

HRS Construction also took out the Altus Window Systems Tourism and Leisure Project Award, along with the Commercial Project $10 – $25 million Value Award for their work on Ravenscar House Museum.

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What to see

Highlights from the Ravenscar Trust Collection

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Ravenscar House Book

The story of Susan and Jim Wakefield and Ravenscar House Museum

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Admission charges

Tickets can be purchased at the House Museum