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Mainline Steam is an organisation devoted to the restoration and operation of historic mainline steam locomotives. Regular day excursions and multi-day tours are operated, by Mainline Steam, over rail lines throughout Ne...

River trade made the Mangawhai district important to the north, ­ significant cargo of kauri gum and logs left for Auckland from this estuary. Shipbuilding began in the 1830s and continued until the 1900s. Other industri...

Te Whare Akoranga o Te Pane o Mataoho' - Mangere Mountain Education Trust Mangere Mountain Education Centre takes groups for an LEOTC experience on one of the best preserved volcanic cones in Auckland, Mangere Mountai...

Under the protection of Ngapuhi leader Eruera Maihi Patuone, Mangungu was established in 1828 as the second Wesleyan Mission station in New Zealand, the first being destroyed in 1827. This house was built in 1838-1839 fo...

Originally built during the 1840s for the manager of the Kawau copper mines, Mansion House was enlarged between 1865 and 1868 as the island home of Sir George Grey, Governor of New Zealand. The house is set in a unique h...

The building was built in 1894 as a public library for 236 pounds. It has been refurbished and furnished as a colonial cottage of the early 1900's. There is a lounge, dining room, 2 bedrooms, kitchen and scullery and a s...

A museum featuring curios dating back to the Victorian-Edwardian eras and up to the 1940s. It consists of three buildings; Captain Cook Pioneer Cottage (Marton is named after Cook's birthplace in Yorkshire) - now a resto...

This is a Masonic Research Lodge where members are engaged in the research and propagation of all aspects of Masonic knowledge. The memorial Masonic museum is housed on the second floor of the Masonic Building - a si...

The University Art Collection is displayed throughout public spaces on the Turitea Campus. The Collection focuses on contemporary New Zealand artists, in particular artists working in the Lower North Island. In recent ...

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...

This is a historic homestead set in attractive grounds in a rural area. ;It was the home of one of the original settlers to the district. The Museum houses collections of photos and information of early settlers to the C...

The Cook display, in the full sized copy of the great cabin of HMB Endeavour depicts Cook in full dress uniform, Joseph Banks, botanist and a cabin boy. The intricate carving on the stern is copied from the replica Ende...

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