Guide to Wellington’s Hidden Art Galleries
It’s no secret Wellington is the creative capital of New Zealand.
Light House Cinema Cuba
Light House Cuba creates the ultimate film going experience and all you need to do is sit back and relax.
Enjoy Contemporary Art Space
With a regularly rotating schedule of work on display in Enjoy's two separate exhibition spaces, you will always find something new and exciting to draw you in.
Old St Paul's
While Old St Paul’s is no longer affiliated with the Anglican Church (or any church for that matter) it still makes a beautiful spot to come and reflect no matter if you’re atheist, agnostic or still deciding.
The hub for art-life in New Zealand’s capital, City Gallery Wellington is a contemporary art gallery with a dynamic programme of exhibitions and events.
Needing no introduction, BATS Theatre is one of Wellington’s cultural institutions.
Suite Art Gallery
Priced between two and six figures, Suite caters for would-be buyers at each end of the spectrum.
Te Papa is one of New Zealand’s most prized museums.
Empire Cinema & Eatery
Empire is fitting for a cinema that pre-dated ‘talkies’ when it played its first reel in 1925, but as far as movie theatres go, this one is more for those who’d pick pinot over popcorn.