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Golder Cottage
Golder Cottage

John Golder (1849-1902) was a man of many skills, housebuilder, woodturner, furniture maker-the ultimate do it yourselfer'. John built this cottage in 1876 and with his wife, Jane, brought up a family...

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Gus Fisher Gallery
Gus Fisher Gallery

The Gus Fisher Gallery of The University of Auckland provides an exhibition programme in the visual arts consistent with the mission of The University of Auckland, which aims to foster, publish and di...

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Harbour & Tyne Historic Precinct
Harbour & Tyne Historic Precinct

The Harbour & Tyne Historic Precinct is the original commercial area of Oamaru. Largely built in the period 1870's to 1890's, it remains today as New Zealand's most complete Victorian streetscape. The...

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Hayes Engineering Works
Hayes Engineering Works

New Zealand’s farming community is indebted to Ernest Hayes, a farmer and flour miller who began producing and selling farm tools from his Oturehua property in Central Otago. As well as the inter...

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Helensville Pioneer Museum
Helensville Pioneer Museum

Museum comprises 4 main buildings - old Schoolhouse - original headmaster's home. Contains photos of milling and timber, old Helensville, shipping and Kaipara Harbour. Small kitchen facility and 'sh...

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Highwic
Highwic

One of New Zealand’s finest timber Gothic houses, Highwic was begun in 1862 by Alfred Buckland, one of Auckland’s most substantial land owners, and his wife Eliza. It was extended in 1873 in the s...

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Hokonui Pioneer Village and Museum
Hokonui Pioneer Village and Museum

A village type museum with the main display building housing predominantly vintage farm machinery from the mid 19th century. Additional displays are housed in a fully furnished pioneer cottage (furnis...

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Homebush Museum
Homebush Museum

Our collection is housed in the old Homebush brick stables building which has a Category 1 classification by the Historic Places Trust. The collection has a Rural regional basis with farming implemen...

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Hospital Museum of Southland
Hospital Museum of Southland

The museum is housed in a pre WWII building designed in 1934 by Invercargill's distinguished architect the late Edmund R Wilson, and the Prime Minister - the late Honourable Peter Fraser - opened the ...

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Hurworth Cottage
Hurworth Cottage

Hurworth was a settlement established near New Plymouth in the 1850s. Of the six houses in the settlement four were destroyed in the New Zealand Wars and another lost to fire. Harry Atkinson, havin...

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Invercargill Public Art Gallery
Invercargill Public Art Gallery

Invercargill Public Art Gallery is responsible for the care, collection and curation of Invercargill’s art collection. It changed its name back from Anderson Park Art Gallery to Invercargill Public ...

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Isel House
Isel House

Isel House is an important Historic Home set in 4ha of park, consisting a number of NZ's oldest exotic tree species, and a collection of rhododendrons. The house, b.1849, is interpreted in layers of ...

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