Quake City, Christchurch

About Quake City, Christchurch

Quake City, Christchurch - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price

Address: xRe:Start Container Mall, 99 Cashel Street, Christchurch

Phone: +64-33658375

Ticket Price: 20 NZD

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Time Required: 01:30 Hrs

Timings: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm Details

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One of its kinds in the world, Quake City is a unique interactive museum which is aimed at informing, engaging and educating New Zealanders as well as tourists about the Canterbury earthquakes. It also depicts the devastating earthquakes of recent past that have affected the city along with survivor stories.  

Quake City Information

  • Entry is free for children.

How To reach Quake City by Public Transport

  • Bus stop on Cashel Street

Restaurants Near Quake City

  • Fritz’sWieners Bavarian Style restaurant
  • Open Pasta and Grill
  • Base Woodfire Pizza
  • Ello Cafe and Restaurant

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  • A well designed innovative museum with staff that are full of interesting recollections. Well worth the $20 and if done at a moderate pace can be done within 20 minutes.

  • Worth a visit.. the video recall of those who had experienced the earthquake had me captivated!

  • A great way to take you back to a dark time and learn what happened and to look at how to rebuild

  • Very interesting and informative. Gives alot of info about the 2011 quke in particular and all the sesmic movement in Canterbury in general. Worth the 20$. Have 1 floor of exhibit, walkthrough is between 45mins and an hour in a casual pace.

  • Very good. At $20 per person more of a tourist attraction than memorial or information centre. Interesting though. Personal accounts are moving.

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