The Sheepmarket is one of the main centres for art and history in the whole of the country.
If you look at our map, you'll see some of the main attractions there.
Most visitors start from Crawley Road, at the bottom of the map.
The Reynolds House is one of the oldest houses in the city, and is open to the public.
It's on the north side of Crawley Road, next to the footpath that leads to the public gardens.
The area's particularly interesting for its unusual sculptures.
'The Thumb' is just what its name suggests, but it's about 10 metres high.
You'll see it on Hill Road, across the road from the Bank.
The Museum's got a particularly fine collection of New Zealand landscapes.
It's on the east side of the Sheepmarket, on City Road.
It's on the other side of the road from the public gardens, immediately facing the junction with Hill Road.
就在公共花园的对面，正对着城市路和 Hill 路的交叉口。
The Contemporary Art Gallery is on a little road that leads off Station Square, not far from the public gardens.
The road ends at the gallery - it doesn't go anywhere else.
That's open every day except Mondays.
The Warner Gallery specialises in 19th-century art.
It's on City Road, near the junction with Crawley Road, on the same side of the road as the public gardens.
It's open on weekdays from 9 to 5, and entry is free.
Finally, if you're interested in purchasing high quality artwork, the place to go is Nucleus.
You need to go from Crawley Road up through Station Square and east along Hill Road until you get to a small winding road turning off.
Go up there and it's on your right - if you get to City Road you've gone too far.