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Nestled in the heart of Auckland city centre’s CBD, Gus Fisher Gallery is a contemporary arts centre that showcases local and international art through boldly curated shows. Housed in a 1934 Grade I listed heritage build...

National repository for the records of the Methodist Church of New Zealand, including manuscripts and archives, publications, newspapers, architectural drawings, photographs and oral history recordings.

Museum of over 12,000 beer cans from 150 countries from around world and New Zealand and 10,000 other pieces of beer related items, and 20 vintage farm tractors fully restored, and classic Ford cars. The collection is in...

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...

The main focus is on the effects of the 1929 Murchison Earthquake. There are photographs and written accounts of the devastation at the district and the experiences of the local people of the time. The vintage machine...

The social history of this farming community is illustrated through an eclectic collection and the recreation of scenes from the past. One of our most interesting objects is a unique submarine named Platypus, designed...

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 National Library of New Zealand Te Puna Matauranga o Aotearoa, located across from Parliament, is one of the country's leading cultural and information centres. It holds rich and varied collections of research materi...

There are few buildings surviving in New Zealand of this type of construction. The district's first European settler, Charles Turner, built this small, four-roomed cottage in the bush in 1881. He and his wife Matilda and...

Home of the Hokianga Historical Society, the museum houses a collection of photographs, documents and taonga from the early 19th century pertaining to the people and places of Hokianga.

Ophir, formerly known as Blacks No 1 or Blackton, was a thriving gold mining town established in the 1860s. In 1875 the settlement, complete with stores, hotels, banks, churches, hospital, police station and school, w...

The aim of the Rangiora & Districts Early Records Society is to collect and preserve the history of Rangiora and Districts. The museum's extensive photographic collection comprises many photos, taken at the turn of the c...

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