Ferrymead Heritage Park
Ferrymead Park features an early 1900s (Edwardian) township and the park has a variety of restored cottages plus a school house, church and businesses which reflect the period and allow visitors to experience life for the early residents of Christchurch including the smell of a coal range and the sounds of a tram rattling past the door.
There are a large array of heritage exhibitions including fire engines, aeroplanes, trams, trains, cars, printing, post and telegraph, model railway, photography and much more. If you are interested in a particular society's display, please contact the society in advance of your visit, to ensure that volunteers will be on site.
Trams will run on weekends and are not included in the admission.
Tickets can be purchased from reception.
Ferrymead Alive (formally known as Steam Sunday) runs on the first Sunday of every month, tickets are not included in the admission and can be purchased from Moorhouse Station inside the park.