From its earliest days, St Andrew’s College has recognised the importance of documenting and preserving its unique and treasured history. In 1986, the Warwick Sullivan Memorial Museum was opened on the first floor of Strowan House (itself a heritage building) and in 1989 a curator was appointed.
Today the College Museum is a fascinating collection of photographs, documents, uniforms and other memorabilia displayed impressively across almost the entire length of Strowan House. It is well worth a visit – even for those not connected with the College. The history of St Andrew’s College is inextricably linked to the history of Christchurch and surroundings.
For more information, contact the curator at email@example.com or telephone 03 940 2000.