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Sarjeant on the Quay at 38 Taupō Quay, Whanganui is now permanently closed to the public.

The redeveloped Sarjeant Gallery Te Whare o Rehua Whanganui will open on Pukenamu Queen’s Park in mid 2024.

Watch this website and the Sarjeant’s Facebook page for redevelopment updates and news of our off-site events while the gallery is closed.

Become a friend of the Sarjeant by signing up under the membership tab

Event tickets can be purchased at the Whanganui iSite or online at iticket.co.nz

Sarjeant Gallery Redevelopment project

We’re coming home to Pukenamu, Queen’s Park

Our inspirational plan to restore Whanganui’s historic Sarjeant Gallery to its former glory and re-house the significant and extensive Sarjeant Collection in a new purpose built building at Queen’s Park is becoming a reality. Please note, this video does not contain audio.