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The Awarua Communications Museum holds items primarily relating to the former Awarua Radio VLB/ZLB station that used to stand on the site the museum and archive is on today. We hold items used on the station itself, and ...

Katherine Mansfield House & Garden is the birthplace of Katherine Mansfield, one of New Zealand’s most internationally famous writers. Mansfield was a writer of short stories, poetry, letters, journals and reviews, an...

Reputedly the largest private collection of its type in the world. This is a privately owned collection which has on display over 300 trucks, 150 petrol bowsers, a significant Henry Ford Letter Car and V8 collection, ...

We collect, care for and share Cromwell's and its District's history.

Opened in 1999, the Museum is housed in the Hokonui Heritage Centre along with the Hokonui Moonshine Museum and the Gore Information Centre. Focussing on the history of Eastern Southland and the Mataura River Valley, di...

This romantic timber mansion began as a farmhouse in 1863 and was later expanded to 18 rooms, with fairy-tale decorative verandahs and towers. It was owned by the Kerr Taylors, a leading family in Mount Albert, until it ...

We are a volunteer operated Museum with collections of historic items relative to the Wyndham area including: sheep farming, dairy farming, dairy factories, horse racing, fishing, household items and histories of local c...

Revel in Rugby and all its heritage with a visit to the New Zealand Rugby Museum in Palmerston North. The home of one of the best collections in the world devoted to the oval ball, this is a must see! You’ll be reward...

The Whanganui Regional Museum, founded in 1892, has extensive collections of natural and human history with a regional emphasis. It houses objects of national and international significance. There are also significant co...

MOTAT is the largest museum of its kind in New Zealand and promises a fun, interactive and educational experience for both young and old. Learn about New Zealand’s transport and technological developments over the centur...

The Cob Cottage Museum is set out as an early settlers cottage. Built in 1860-1870, constructed out of clay, straw and tussock. The museum houses an extensive collection of domestic and other memorabilia from a bygone er...

The Bluff time Museum is situated on Foreshore Road and features Bluff's Heritage. Exhibits include whaling, oystering, shipwrecks and a working steam engine from the TST Awarua. Pride of place is the oyster boat Monica...

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