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Ferrymead Heritage Park

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Special gold coin entry

For a dollar entry on the heritage week, how could it not be worth while, the barber was the... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
matthew l
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Woodbridge, United Kingdom
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Fun and Interesting for Families

A very cool historical reconstructed town with lots of different places of interest. We spent hours... read more

Reviewed 23 August 2018
TravelWhanau
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Wellington, New Zealand
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The park is comprised of an Edwardian township, which includes buildings from a church and a police house to a bakery and a railway station, as well as an exhibition area.
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
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50 Ferrymead Park Drive, Christchurch 8022, New Zealand
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+64 3-384 1970
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Most Helpful Positive Review
Reviewed 18 July 2010

Ferrymead Heritage Park is a short drive from the Christchurch CBD or you can take a bus - directions are on their website - www.ferrymead.org.nz From their website: Ferrymead Heritage Park features an early 1900s Edwardian township complete with homes, picture theatre, school house, church,...More

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Most Helpful Critical Review
Reviewed 7 December 2017

Ferrymead was much more vibrant and happening back in the 80's. Even though we went on an event day, there was little happening and was disappointing. Won't be back.

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

For a dollar entry on the heritage week, how could it not be worth while, the barber was the highlight plus the ride in trams and trains.

Thank matthew l
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

My wife and I were here last March for the wedding of my cousin. It was held at the Friendly Societies Lodge Hall, with the ceremony itself in the area just outside the hall by the pond. Fortunately they had a cloudless scorcher of a...More

Thank bargada_fino
Reviewed 13 October 2018 via mobile

Not worth going. Might as well just go to the museum. But our family of 6 it was not worth going to.

Thank palbw
Reviewed 8 October 2018

We went for the preschool day. Arrived early because I thought there would be people everywhere. Fortunately there wasn’t. Were able to line up for the tram and train rides without too much of a wait. Coffee on the other hand was another story! It...More

Thank Correna B
Reviewed 31 August 2018 via mobile

Arrived at 1.30 thinking 1 hour would be sufficient, oh boy were we wrong there was so much to see. At the end of the hour we had been in, and heard story's from the lovely volunteers,about 6 houses and there were still the trains,planes...More

Thank Heidi S
Reviewed 28 August 2018 via mobile

A beautiful heritage park that desperately is in need of vibrancy and lift. A first glimpse into the park is when one enters the main area whereby we buy tickets. Absolutely disappointing! The staff are dressed in their ‘normal’ everyday clothes, and there’s coffee machine...More

Thank RuthM3689
Reviewed 23 August 2018

A very cool historical reconstructed town with lots of different places of interest. We spent hours there exploring. There weren't very many people there which seems a shame but also meant we could meander without crowds. Different clubs own different parts of Ferrymead so each...More

Thank TravelWhanau
Reviewed 19 July 2018

Earlier today while in Christchurch I decided to visit Ferrymead Heritage Par,as I'm a history buff and it looked an interesting place to visit. The entry fee of $12.50 for an adult was fantastic value for money.The staff member,Madison who served me in reception was...More

Thank andrewknight7
Reviewed 9 July 2018

My wife and I just moved to Christchurch and this is one of our favorite parks to visit. They have really nice museums and the old town is really unique. Try to visit this place on the recurring night markets, they're really fun. Must be...More

1  Thank Felipe S
Reviewed 9 July 2018

This is a reasonably new event at Ferrymead where it is open in the evening between 4 and 8pm or 9pm in Summer. The admission for the market is only a gold coin but most of the exhibition halls are not open at night. The...More

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BarbM903
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Response from HJane62 | Property representative |
Hi, Adults - $20, Snr - $15, Child - $10 and Family Pass - $50 All the admission fees are on our website. Thanks
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