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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 whose primary objective is to collect and preserve objects, artifacts and material from Aotearoa's historic lesbian communities and the lesbian cultural experie...

Te Aroha & District Museum is operates in the historical Cadman Bathhouse, which was opened in 1898 and is the focal point of the Te Aroha Domain. The bathhouse reflects the popularity of Te Aroha as a tourist destinatio...

Play. Think. Create. Learn. Discover. Creativity is for everyone. Our commitment to creative practice has no limits, spanning everything from art and design to hip hop, fashion, science and business. We are dedicated...

Ashburton Museum is home to an extensive collection of objects and archives pertaining to the social history and heritage of Ashburton District. We house over six million photographs, with collections such as the Bins...

Our collection is housed in the old Homebush brick stables building which has a Category 1 classification by the Historic Places Trust. The collection has a Rural regional basis with farming implements, old machinery, h...

Te Manawa's programme includes a variety of collection based and hand's on, interactive exhibitions developed in house, as well as national and international touring shows. In the courtyard stand two historic buildings, ...

The Southland Museum and Art Gallery, Niho o te Taniwha is Murihiku Southland’s regional museum. Sadly, we are closed because our buildings present an undue public risk in the event of an earthquake. Following our clo...

The University of Auckland's geological collections are only able to be accessed by accredited researchers by prior arrangement. Public displays are no longer available. The geological collections consist of several ...

Experience Auckland's living history. Wander through a Fencible early settler's village as it looked in the mid to late 1800s. Explore heritage buildings filled with authentic furniture and textiles and see how people li...

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 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...

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