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New Zealand Post Museum Collection
New Zealand Post Museum Collection

Changes are afoot and unfortunately this philatelic museum is not open to the public but can answer queries through the post. The collection comprises New Zealand stamp issues from 1860s, artwork for ...

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Norsewood Pioneer Cottage Museum
Norsewood Pioneer Cottage Museum

Norsewood Pioneer Cottage Museum displays the Scandinavian heritage of the district. It is furnished in a colonial Scandinavian style with original artefacts. Also displayed in adjacent garages are ma...

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Northern Buller Museum, Granity
Northern Buller Museum, Granity

Located in the centre of Granity (sign posted off the main Road) on a historical site, being coke ovens built early 1900's. We are located in two buildings. Both buildings belong to Solid Energy, but ...

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North Otago Museum
North Otago Museum

Situated in the 1882 historic Athenaeum building, the museum has nationally significant collections; The Willetts Collection of taonga tuku iho o Waitaha and the Temuka Pottery Collection. The Waitak...

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Ocean Beach Railway
Ocean Beach Railway

Established in 1961, this railway museum is New Zealand's oldest preservation railway, winning awards from the National Federation of Rail Societies in 6 consective years for best restoration of rolli...

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Okains Bay Maori & Colonial Museum
Okains Bay Maori & Colonial Museum

Maori and colonial history come together in this extensive museum on Banks Peninsula. The Maori artefact building houses some of the rarer objects in the collection. These include a sacred god stick d...

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Old Cromwell Town
Old Cromwell Town

In early 1985, a group of local residents decided to save a portion of the original Cromwell before it was inundated by the new hydro electricity storage unit of Lake Dunstan. Seven of the buildings w...

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Old St Paul's Church
Old St Paul's Church

Old St Paul's is a fine example of 19th century Gothic Revival architecture adapted to colonial conditions and materials. Designed by the Reverend Frederick Thatcher, then vicar of St Paul's parish Th...

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Olveston Historic Home
Olveston Historic Home

A ‘must visit’ for lovers of arts and culture; Olveston offers a unique glimpse into the extraordinary lives of one of Dunedin's most prominent Edwardian families. Olveston was the home of busi...

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Onehunga Fencible & Historical Society Inc
Onehunga Fencible & Historical Society Inc

We have an original blockhouse from 1860 - a replica of a fencible cottage, fully furnished in the period circa 1847 and the 1856 original manse for the Congregational Church. ; The first minister was...

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Ophir Post Office
Ophir Post Office

Ophir, formerly known as Blacks No 1 or Blackton, was a thriving gold mining town established in the 1860s. In 1875 the settlement, complete with stores, hotels, banks, churches, hospital, police s...

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Ministry for Culture and Heritage
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Historic site interpretation
Ministry for Culture and Heritage
Interpretation of historic sites
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