James Logie Memorial Collection - University of Canterbury - New Zealand

The Teece Museum of Classical Antiquities

Featuring the James Logie Memorial CollectionClassics Day 2018



Fancy a taste of the Classics? Find out what's on at the Teece Museum. Stay in touch to receive updates about our future open days, events and functions.


We offer special guided visits of the Logie Collection for groups and interested individuals. Tours are open to anyone interested - you do not need to have a background in Classics to enjoy the Collection!





Looking for a free family activity these summer holidays? Come and try the Forget Me Not Memorials Trail – a special scavenger hunt for families to enjoy together. Collect the trail activity booklet and go on a hunt around the historic Christchurch arts precinct, looking for memorials that celebrate the achievements of special New Zealanders (and a few ancient Romans for good measure!).

The trail will take you on a journey into the past along Worcester Boulevard and around the Arts Centre, but don’t worry – it’s a trip you will be able to do on two feet! Tackle the challenge and go into the draw to win a great family prize pack, including gifts from the Teece Museum, Rutherford’s Den, Canterbury Museum and the Christchurch Art Gallery.

Proudly presented by the University of Canterbury Teece Museum in association with the Arts Centre of Christchurch, Canterbury Museum and the Christchurch Art Gallery.

When: Available from participating venues 5 January – 3 February 2019. Competition closes 3 Feb 2019.
Where: Collect your activity booklet from the Teece Museum (3 Hereford Street), Rutherford’s Den in the Arts Centre, Canterbury Museum, or Christchurch Art Gallery

Find more information on the Teece Museum Facebook event page.


FMN trail