Katherine Mansfield House & Garden is open under Alert Level 1 of the NZ Government's COVID-19 response. We look forward to welcoming you!

What's On

Costuming Katherine sign

Costuming Katherine

8 Sep 2020 (10:00) - 31 Jan 2021 (16:00)

An exhibition of beautiful costumes created for portrayals of Katherine Mansfield on stage and screen. Kirsty Cameron and Sheila Horton’s creations move from the buttoned-up Edwardian style of Mansfield’s teenage years to her love of colour and use of clothing as a costume in daily life.

Plants for sale

Plant Sale

17 Oct 2020 (10:00) - 1 Nov 2020 (16:00)

Katherine Mansfield House & Garden, 25 Tinakori Road, Thorndon, Wellington, Wellington, 6011, New Zealand

Plants propagated from our heritage garden by our wonderful volunteers. Priced from $5.

Thorndon, Wellington c1888. Photographed by Frederick Halse. Alexander Turnbull Library: 12-004075-G
SPECIAL EVENT

Katherine Mansfield's Thorndon: Guided Walking Tour

31 Oct 202010:00 - 12:00

Katherine Mansfield House & Garden, 25 Tinakori Road, Thorndon, Wellington, Wellington, 6011, New Zealand

Explore the Thorndon that Katherine Mansfield knew and the traces of her legacy that remain in the landscape today. This guided walking tour is offered as part of Wellington Heritage Week 2020.

An Evening of Bliss
SPECIAL EVENT

An Evening of Bliss

20 Nov 202018:00 - 19:30

Fragrifert Parfumeur, 1 Upland Road, Kelburn, Wellington, New Zealand

How do you capture a story in a scent? Join us for An Evening of Bliss to be the first to experience a new fragrance inspired by Katherine Mansfield's short story 'Bliss', while indulging all your senses at Wellington's very own Victorian perfumery.

Heart of Flame cover

Celebrating ‘Heart of Flame: Katherine Mansfield’s Flowers & Trees’

5 Dec 20202:30 - 16:30

Wellington Bridge Club, 17 Tinakori Road, Thorndon, Wellington

Katherine Mansfield House & Garden and Steele Roberts invite you to celebrate the recently released publication Heart of Flame: Katherine Mansfield’s Flowers & Trees with an illustrated talk by the book’s compiler Beverley Randell, followed by afternoon tea and a visit to Katherine Mansfield House & Garden.