Aigantighe Art Gallery

Online, South Canterbury, Timaru
All year round

The home of art in South Canterbury

Aigantighe is Scottish Gaelic for ‘at home’ and is pronounced ‘egg and tie’. The gallery offers visitors exciting and inspiring opportunities to view its rich collection along with works by local, national, and international artists. The garden surrounding the gallery showcases a wide variety of permanent sculptures and is always open to the public. They look forward to seeing you at the gallery soon.


General collection is free

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Aigantighe Art Gallery



The Aigantighe Art Gallery welcomes visitors with disabilities and staff will do everything possible to provide all visitors with a positive experience. Please contact the Gallery on +64 03 688 4424 if you have questions or would like to discuss your access requirements. Access to the surrounding gardens can be challenging because of the sloping site, please contact the Gallery to discuss your access requirements.


Free parking is available outside the Gallery on Wai-iti Road.

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