Cuningham House (1923) is the largest and oldest of the Botanic Gardens display houses.

Cuningham House (1923) is the largest and oldest of the Botanic Gardens display houses. The building was funded by a bequest made to the Botanic Gardens by Mr C.A.C. Cuningham, a Christchurch law clerk, on his death in 1915. Local architects Collins and Harman modelled the design on the Reid Winter Gardens at Springburn Park in Glasglow.