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The Mokau Museum displays the history of the Tainui area - that which roughly covers the area between the four tunnels of Awakino, Waikawau, Okau and Mt Messenger.

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...

SORRY - THE AQUARIUM IS TEMPORARILY CLOSED FOR RENOVATION. HOWEVER THE NZ MARINE STUDIES CENTRE AT PORTOBELLO IS STILL OPEN FOR EDUCATION PROGRAMMES – SEE WWW.MARINE.AC.NZ FOR DETAILS. From seaweed and shellfish...

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...

Kaikoura Museum is a state of the art Museum experience showcasing Kaikoura’s diverse and colourful natural, social and cultural history. Our collections take account of the geological and natural history of the district...

Te Uru Waitakere Contemporary Gallery is West Auckland's regional gallery. We present a diverse programme of contemporary exhibitions, events and activities, including art, craft and design, to reflect and strengthen the...

The Staveley Museum is located in the old relocated school building of Springburn. Here, the display of artifacts from in and around the Foothills district of Mid Canterbury, reflect the history of a small yet vibrant co...

A small museum specialising in the history of the Morrinsville district. As well as displays of local artefacts, there is a pioneer cottage and a good archive of local material. Included is the Mana Whenua of Piako Exhib...

The Army Museum is a memorial to the men and women of the New Zealand Army who died in the service of this country in war. It aims to demonstrate the part played by the Army in the history and development of New Zealand ...

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...

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...

The Charlotte Museum Trust is a non-profit charitable trust. It is part of a network of archives preserving lesbian culture for the benefit and understanding of future generations. We aim to: - preserve lesbian cul...

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