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The Fort features a series of underground tunnels leading to the Armstrong disappearing Gun and magazine area where the Museum is housed. There is a focus on early Maori presence in the area (Pa) and the military involve...

This museum carries an extensive photographic display and complete issues of the Paeroa Gazette from 1896 to 1996, as well as supporting books and magazines, and its own annual publication The Ohinemuri Regional Historic...

This is an exquisite private collection of antique hand-played and mechanical musical instruments dating back to 1840, built up over 25 years by the Clements family. A vast collection of music sheets, recordings, small m...

The doors are open to New Zealand’s newest and most innovative museum experience. It is all about the people of Dunedin and their stories from the earliest settlers through to those who have recently arrived. Embar...

Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision is the operating name for the New Zealand Archive of Film, Television and Sound Ngā Taonga Whitiāhua Me Ngā Taonga Kōrero. The archive was formed by the amalgamation of the New Zealand Film A...

The Archive houses an ethnographic sound collection relating to the Pacific which is of national and international significance. Formerly known as the Archive of Māori & Pacific Music. Established in 1970 to promote ...

The Museum opened in 1979 and is mainly upstairs in the old Sumner Borough Council Chambers. We hold Archives from 1883, also land deeds from 1851, plus many local diaries, photos, paintings, Maori artifacts, WWII record...

Rich in human history, the story of this area began with the arrival of the ancestors of today's Māori people. Hunting the southern right whale, Europeans arrived over 600 years later. Today this house, along with the st...

One of Devonport's historic churches in the grounds of the Mt. Cambria gardens and reserve houses this museum traces the area's history through a large collection of photographs and artefacts. Travel through time from Mä...

Maori and colonial history come together in this extensive museum on Banks Peninsula. The Maori artefact building houses some of the rarer objects in the collection. These include a sacred god stick dating back to the ye...

The Hokitika Museum is a regional museum located in the heart of Westland and housed in the historic Carnegie Building. What began in 1869, in the new Town Hall, as the “Museum Room” grew into the West Coast’s largest mu...

The Waiheke Island Historic Village is operated by the Waiheke Island Historical Society Inc. The site is overlooked by Te Putiki O Kahu, a fortified Maori settlement first inhabited 700 years ago. The collection of arti...

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