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Rangiriri Cultural & Heritage Centre

The Rangiriri Cultural & Heritage Museum provides an insite to the 1863 invasion of Waikato. The Museum is small and has colonial artifacts, memorabilia and resources that offer multiple views of the Rangiriri invasion.

Collection Type
History, Military


Contact Details
Postal address icon12 Rangiriri Road, Rangiriri, RD2, Te Kauwhata 3782
Telephone number iconCafe - for bookings 07 826 3667
Email address iconbookings@rangiriri.com
Staff iconNgaato Naho Kaitiaki: Ngati Naho is one of the princilal hapuu from the Rangiriri area and have recently taken over the management of the Centre.
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Visitor Information
Physical address icon12 Rangiriri Road, Rangiriri, New Zealand
Hours of operation iconTuesday - Saturday 8am- 3.30pm Sunday 10am - 3.30pm Closed on Monday
Charges iconMuseum Entry: School Students $3.00, Staff $4.00 Tertiary Students $4.00 & Public $5.00. We offer a short 15minute slide show film that provides the viewer with enough information to enhance their knowledge of the Rangiriri invasion.


Facilities
Wheelchair accessCafeReference LibraryParkingFunction SpaceGuided TourToilets
Tour: We offer guided Tours of the Early Settlers Cemetery, the Rangiriri Battle Field and the newly developed Rongo Maraeroa commemorative site and carvings. We offer a 15 minute slide show film that provides the viewer with enough information to enhance their knowledge of the Rangiriri invasion. Cafe & catering available



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