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Based in the historical Cadman Bathhouse the museum is the focal point of the domain. It reflects the very early popularity of Te Aroha as a tourist destination and its beginning as the spa town in New Zealand. The Bathh...

The Museum opened in 1979 and is mainly upstairs in the old Sumner Borough Council Chambers. We hold Archives from 1883, also land deeds from 1851, plus many local diaries, photos, paintings, Maori artifacts, WWII record...

A number of working hands-on exhibits housed in old and new buildings 18kms North of Masterton, 10kms South of Mt Bruce Wildlife Centre on State Highway 2.

Located in the former Vincent County Council Building, this museum presents a visual history from Run Holding to the Dunstan Gold Rush. You will find domestic articles, records, church histories, books and photographs. ...

The New Zealand Cartoon Archive is a collection of New Zealand political and editorial cartoons dating from the late 19 century up until today. Cartoons are valuable in that they encapsulate the events of the past. Th...

This museum is not as much an antique collection as it is a collection that reflects Archibald Claphams love of the clocks and his fondness for the quirky. The atmosphere and sound effects in this museum are not to be m...

The Art Museum opened in June 1996 in an historic Arts and Crafts building in beautiful Cafler Park adjacent to the cultural amenities of Forum North Theatre and the Conservatory and Fernery. In September 2011 the art m...

Contains photos and maps of local history plus farm equipment and Edwardian and Victorian rooms.

Rich in human history, the story of this area began with the arrival of the ancestors of today's Māori people. Hunting the southern right whale, Europeans arrived over 600 years later. Today this house, along with the st...

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 internationally acclaimed p...

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