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What a hidden gem and it's free! Loved this museum and the art. The staff was informative and helpful. Fell in love with Dorothy Meharry's art and exhibit and was lucky enough to also meet her! Bought 4 paintings after searching for something for our...More
Situated in the beautiful Queens Gardens and with free admission. The gallery is small with four exhibition spaces one of which houses the Gallery’s own collection. There was an excellent glassware exhibition and nature photography with works for sale by local artists.
Somehow I have missed popping into the Cafe on prior visits to the Suter Gallery, this time I came twice as the staff, surroundings and drinks/food were all excellent, especially as I arrived late afternoon and the staff had to clean around me while I...More
A beautiful gem in Nelson right in Queen's Park gardens. I only had 20 minutes but I tore through 3 exhibits and the gift shop. I lived in New York City, so I've seen a gallery or two in my time, and the curation of...More
The Suter Gallery is free and conveniently located beside the Queen’s Garden. It exhibits local art in a number of galleries. Outside there is a small sculpture walk which flows seamlessly to the Queen’s Garden next door.
There is a cafe which looks like it...More
We wondered through the Queens garden initially and ended up in the cafe for lunch. Great staff and the boss lady was very bubbly and gave her opinion on what we might like to eat. Food was nice, fresh and well prepared. Was...More
We went for lunch. Great location and reasonable service. The food is good. I had the pie which contained plenty of lamb. Our group also ordered the Stewart Island salmón. Waitress: How was the salmon? You must have been hungry. Wife: it was OK but...More
The venue is well appointed and the cafe has a great veiw out into the Queens Gardens. The displays since the re opening have been very good, while a lot that are are not my scene, they have had reports from lots of people. The...More