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Established in 1987, the New Zealand Cricket Museum is located at Wellington's iconic Basin Reserve. Highlighting that there's more to cricket than Tests and tea breaks, exhibits show the game's development since its ...

Come and explore Waipa’s rich social history at the Te Awamutu Museum. Our collection is made up of artefacts that tell the stories of the Waipa District. At the heart of our collections are taonga Maori and Pasifika ...

National Services Te Paerangi is a team at the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa, in Wellington, New Zealand. We work with museums, galleries, iwi (tribes), and related organisations to enhance museum services and ...

Our collection reflects Mataura's rich social and industrial heritage. We are based in a 1880s Cottage which we have restored as the town's Museum. Interactive technology helps bring our Town's stories to life and our Co...

A village type museum with the main display building housing predominantly vintage farm machinery from the mid 19th century. Additional displays are housed in a fully furnished pioneer cottage (furnished in 1900 period),...

Display rooms are located at the historic Henderson saw-mill site beside the Opanuku stream, where a model waterwheel complements the setting. The West Auckland memorabilia includes bricks and ceramics and a Tui Glen sho...

W.A.H.S. includes history on all the area located west of the Whau River, from New Lynn, up to Whenuapai and Bethells Beach. The Resource Room at Henderson Mill Cottage holds a collection of the Society's newsletters, re...

Hi, kia ora, bonjour, hola, gutten tag. Welcome to our community museum in the picturesque Catlins. Owaka Museum and Catlins Information Centre under the one roof. This is a new, quality museum and information centre...

The Packard Motor Museum provides an informative educational experience based around the automobiles, machinery, stories and lives of those who led the industrial revolution and created and shaped our modern way of life....

Vernon Systems are the developers of eHive. We also have our own little collection which includes a selection of vases from Auckland's Crown Lynn Potteries, works from New Zealand artists and a few indigenous artefacts ...

Rodney Fumpston is an Auckland based artist working primarily in the etching medium. He was born in Fiji in 1947 and moved to New Zealand when he was six or seven. He studied art in Auckland and London.

Nearly 20 years ago the last remaining genuine settler's cottage in this area was saved from demolition by the local Lions Club and transported onto the present site inside the entrance of the Waipukurau Camping Ground. ...

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