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Howick Historical Village is a living history museum in seven acres of grounds and gardens, and depicts a Fencible settlement in the period from 1840 to 1880. The Royal New Zealand Fencibles were pensioned-off British s...

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...

THE HUIA SETTLERS MUSEUM was opened in 1984 and is owned and operated by the local community. This museum, in a scenic location, features primarily the settler farming history of Huia, Cornwallis, Parau, Laingholm, Whati...

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 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...

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...

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 ...

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...

This is a Masonic Research Lodge where members are engaged in the research and propagation of all aspects of Masonic knowledge. The memorial Masonic museum is housed on the second floor of the Masonic Building - a si...

The Pioneer Village provides a time trail from the mid 1800s to the 1930s with a chapel, four houses, a post office, a museum and administration building, and gardens of the period. The houses contain furnishings and obj...

In our modern museum we are proud of the constantly changing and developing displays that give insight into the lives and pursuits of our pioneering families. From past to present we have a magnificent display of colonia...

We have an original blockhouse from 1860 - a replica of a fencible cottage, fully furnished in the period circa 1847 and the 1856 original manse for the Congregational Church. ; The first minister was Rev. Richard Laishl...

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