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This project belongs to the community. The Trust is a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to developing a permanent museum of the highest standard which collects, preserves, restores and interprets aspects of agricultu...

Fondly described as “relentless red rattlers”, Wellington’s cable cars have transported people between the harbour and the hills for more than 100 years and are now an iconic image and popular tourist attraction for the ...

Established in 1984 to preserve existing blacksmith's shop complete with all associated tools and equipment. Five buildings on site including slab and adzed frame early settlers hut. Original blacksmith's shop and cottag...

Pioneer Hall is used to house a small collection of early photographs - and other material, about the Lincoln district.

Full military memorabilia from as far back as the Boer War and the Mäori Wars. Special interest for children are ship models, military medals, naval displays and weapons.

Ormondville Railway Station precint is at the centre of what is now a very small township some six kilometres from the main road (State Highway 3). While this is clearly a hindrance in some ways, it has also prevented m...

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...

Howick Historical Village is a living history museum in seven acres of grounds and gardens, and depicts a Fencible settlement in the period from 1840 to 1880. The Royal New Zealand Fencibles were pensioned-off British s...

The little bach in the Titirangi bush where NZ's most famous painter, Colin McCahon and his family lived during the 1950s has been restored and is now a museum. Visitors can experience the very environment that so inspir...

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