Govett-Brewster Art Gallery
Adjacent to the superb new Len Lye Centre , this is arguably the country’s best regional art gallery, presenting contemporary – and...
If you lose your bearings in downtown New Plymouth (or just want to know the time), look for the kooky, stripy clock tower, which is...
Len Lye Centre
'Great art goes 50-50 with great architecture'. So said Len Lye, the world-beating NZ artist (1901–80) to whom this super new art...
Underneath a regulation Irish pub, the grungy Basement is the best place in town to catch up-and-coming live bands, broadly sheltering...
Despite its resemblance to a cheese grater, Arborio, in the Puke Ariki building, is the star of New Plymouth’s food show. It’s airy,...
34 Egmont St · interesting places nearby
Freddy’s is a fab gastro-bar with quirky interior design (rusty medieval chandeliers, peacock-feather wallpaper, religious icon paintings), serving generous share plates. Order some Peking duck pancakes, or some green-lipped mussels with coconut cream, chilli and coriander, to go with your Monteith's pale ale.