Visitors will be able to tour the house and garden where the artist Bill Sutton did much of his work.

The Sutton Heritage House and Garden showcase the home of an important 20th century Christchurch artist, Bill Sutton, who is well-known for his portraits and his paintings of the Canterbury landscape. The house includes the studio where he did much of his work.

The house was designed by his friend and colleague at the University of Canterbury, sculptor and architect Tom Taylor, and is an important Christchurch example of modernist design.  It is the only purpose-built house and studio commissioned by an artist open to public view in New Zealand.

Wheelchair access is to the ground floor only.