Art, Collections, Tourist Attraction Whanganui | Sarjeant Gallery
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Vaccine passes are not required when visiting the Sarjeant Gallery Te Whare o Rehua Whanganui, though masks are mandatory for all visitors with the exception of children under 12 years of age.

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.