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The Coach House Museum - Feilding's Home of Rural Stories

Feilding's Coach House Museum is home to an outstanding collection of rural New Zealand Heritage, showcasing over 140 years of history.

Visit our museum and enjoy a fascinating historical journey through the lives of our early settlers and the development of the Manawatu region.

Special collections include:
Maori & the Early Manawatu Landscape
Early European Settlement & Land Development
Horse Drawn Era Vehicles
Crawshaw John Deere Collection
Spall Collection of Rare Tractors & Stationery Engines

Our large, indoor venue is perfect for group outings and a variety of catering packages can be enjoyed in our sunny foyer seating area (by prior arrangement).

Collection Type
Art, History, Natural History, Science, Technology, Agriculture

Contact Details
Postal address iconP O Box 42, Feilding, New Zealand
Telephone number icon(06) 323 6401
Web address iconhttp://www.coachhousemuseum.org
Email address iconmanager@coachhousemuseum.org
Staff iconMuseum Manager - Paul Gibson, Email: manager@coachhousemuseum.org, Phone: (06) 323 6401, Marketing Coordinator - Jo Payton, Email: marketing@coachhousemuseum.org, Phone: (06) 323 6401, Archive Manager: Marilyn Wightman, Email:archive@feildingarchive.org, Phone: (06) 323 4233

Visitor Information
Physical address icon121 South Street, Feilding, Manawatu 4702, New Zealand, New Zealand
Hours of operation iconOpen 7 Days 10am-4pm Closed Christmas Day & Good Friday Open after hours for private functions by arrangement Feilding & District Community Archive Open Thursdays or by prior arrangement
Charges iconAdults $10 Children (5-17yr) $5 Preschool $FREE Friends of the Museum $FREE Group Bookings welcome by arrangement (Special rates apply)

Wheelchair accessReference LibraryParkingShopFunction SpaceGuided TourMembership ClubToilets
Wheel chair, disabled parking & toilet facilities available onsite. Payment by Eftpos (no credit), cheque or cash Huge parking area - suitable for tour buses or motorhomes. Home to Feilding & District Community Archive