Real Tart Gallery
To see what local artists have to offer, visit the 100-year-old reconstructed warehouse Real Tart Gallery. Exhibitions change regularly...
The humble, artefact-filled Richmond Cottage was built in 1854 across St Aubyn St, and was moved to its present site in the early 1960s....
Govett-Brewster Art Gallery
Arguably the country’s best regional art gallery. Presenting contemporary – often experimental – local and international shows, it’s...
Underneath a regulation Irish pub, the grungy Basement is the best place in town to catch up-and-coming live bands, broadly sheltering...
Empire Tea & Coffee
A perfectly evolved Kiwi tearoom with china plates nailed to the walls and a sunny courtyard. Tasty sandwiches, salads, lasagne and...
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 lemon-crusted calamari, or some green-lipped mussels with coconut cream, chilli and coriander to go with your Monteith's pale ale.