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While small, the Wainuiomata Water Museum hosts a range of beautiful images, historic artefacts related to the Wainuiomata and Orongorongo water collection areas, as well as pest control items which have helped native sp...

The Waipu Museum was established in 1953. Originally referred to as The House of Memories it is now the Waipu Museum. It tells the story of the Nova Scotian migrations from Scotland to Nova Scotia in 1819, then to Austra...

The Wairoa District Heritage Museum situated at 142 Marine Parade Wairoa opened at the present site in 2001. It is housed in the old Union Bank of Australia building which is registered with the NZ Historical Places Trus...

Waitangi Treaty Grounds welcomes you on a journey of discovery through Aotearoa New Zealand’s most important historic site, where in 1840 New Zealand’s founding document was signed: the Treaty of Waitangi. Features of ...

In the centre of Waitomo Caves Village & 500m from the world famous Waitomo Glowworm Caves, this special interest museum explains how caves and karst (limestone landscapes)are formed, what is found in them, and the gener...

Waiuku Museum is situated on the Tamakae Reserve beside the Waiuku Estuary. The museum offers a pioneer experience with permanent and changing displays of Maori and early colonial artifacts reflecting the area’s maritime...

In our modern museum we are proud of the constantly changing and developing displays that give insight into the lives and pursuits of our pioneering families. From past to present we have a magnificent display of colonia...

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 ...

Wellington’s rich history is unmistakable as you wander down Cuba Street, stroll along the waterfront or take a jaunt down to Oriental Bay. This city has an enchanting story, and Wellington Museum is the place to hear it...

Wellington is a vibrant capital city which offers visitors and residents alike an exciting mix of arts, cultural and heritage attractions. For more than a decade, the Wellington Museums Trust has been a key mover on the ...

When you visit the Wellington Tramway Museum you have the opportunity, not only of viewing our Museum display of tramway history, but of riding in one of the original Wellington trams that served Wellington city and its ...

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