Your culture attendant: things to do in Ashburton

A THING TO DO TODAY

ASHBURTON
Price: $20 (adult)
Time: 2 hours 30 mins
With daily walking tours of the city, Christchurch Guided City Walks will let local experts lead you through the story of Christchurch, from its eighteenth century origins to its recent devastation and rebuilding. Tours run at 1pm from the red kiosk at Rolleston Avenue, near the Canterbury Museum, and tickets can be purchased from the i-Site in Worcester Boulevard.
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