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Wellington Zoo a magical place of learning and fun, leaving visitors with a sense of wonder and respect for nature, and a belief in the need for a sustainable co-existence between wildlife and people. Wellington Zoo is ...

W.A.H.S. includes history on all the area located west of the Whau River, from New Lynn, up to Whenuapai and Bethells Beach. The Resource Room at Henderson Mill Cottage holds a collection of the Society's newsletters, re...

The collection of approximately 30 000 objects was built up over 40 years. Originally on display at the Hamilton Street Museum it became one of the attractions at the Tauranga Historic Village. In 1998 the Historic Villa...

The Whakatāne Museum houses over 800,000 in its collections. Our Taonga Māori collection includes significant examples from Ngāti Awa, Ngāi Tūhoe, Ngāti Tuwharetoa, Ngāti Rangitīhī and Te Whakatohea as well as the Te ...

The Whanganui Collegiate School was founded in 1854 and has over 166 years of colourful history, much of which is preserved in this Museum for the enjoyment of the community. The collection consists of papers, plans...

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...

The Whanganui Riverboat Centre/Museum is home to Paddle Steamer Waimarie, New Zealand's only steam powered 100 year old paddle steamer. The museum tracks the history of an era when the Whanganui River was a tourist attra...

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...

To acquire, collect, preserve, record and display all matters of historical significance about the Whangaroa local area is the aim behind this museum and archive society, incorporated in 1984. The museum is totally run b...

Whittaker's is home to many beautifully restored antique musical instruments, most in working order. Some instruments can even be played by visitors. The museum's founders give a Live Show every Saturday, during which th...

Paihia was one of New Zealand's earliest European settlements - Anglican missionaries founded their third mission station at Paihia in 1823. The principal missionary was Reverend Henry Williams. A few material traces of ...

The Woodville Pioneer Museum has a display of objects and records donated and loaned that pertain to the history of Woodville and the surrounding districts. The main building was Woodville Borough's Library and Librarian...

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