Red Zone Tour Christchurch

Red Zone Tour Christchurch

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Take a comfortable and informative tour through the heart of central Christchurch, and gain a unique insight into what happened in the September 2010 and subsequent earthquakes.

- Enter parts of Christchurch including Cathedral Square usually closed to the public. The only tour to journey behind the scenes of Christchurch's CBD Red Zone.

- Learn about the seismic activity in Canterbury

- Hear about what happened on the days of the earthquakes

- Learn details about the fate of Christchurch's iconic central city buildings

- See how the city is changing

A key focus of the tours is what the future holds for the CBD, including plans for redevelopment.

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South IslandCanterburyChristchurch

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Cameron Tarbotton's avatar

Cameron Tarbotton

Canada

Ranking: 10/10

This was a guided tour of Christchurch outlining the earthquake disaster (2011) impacts, response and recovery. Did this as a part of a university course. Well worth it. Only way to appreciate how bad the event was. Shocking.

Reviewed about 6 years ago and experienced in January 2014

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Alison Langley

United Kingdom

Ranking: 8/10

Did not have long in Christchurch so this was an ideal trip, very informative.

Reviewed over 7 years ago

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Joanna

United Kingdom

Ranking: 7/10

A really informative and interesting tour. The red zone is much smaller now so the tour is only about 60 minutes, but very emotive.

Reviewed over 7 years ago

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