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Housed in the Museum are large Kauri gum collections, national costumes, rare books, artefacts, cemetery and naturalisation records. Also historical photos, newspaper clippings, rare maps, family records and a collection...

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...

The Ernest & Marion Davis Library opened in 1961 as the main Medical Library for Auckland Hospital. Sir Ernest Davis had donated the building to the Medical Profession in the memory of his wife Marion plus an endowment f...

The kauri-constructed Ewelme Cottage has a link with the Anglican community in Auckland, the dwelling designed and built by the Reverend Vicesimus Lush (1817-1882) and his wife Blanche in 1863-64. Ewelme, after being ...

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 ...

Glenbrook Vintage Railway is an operational steam hauled railway that gives the visitor a 15 kilometre round trip through rural South Auckland. The Railway provides a nostalgic trip back to the past when steam locomotive...

The Gus Fisher Gallery of The University of Auckland provides an exhibition programme in the visual arts consistent with the mission of The University of Auckland, which aims to foster, publish and disseminate research a...

Museum comprises 4 main buildings - old Schoolhouse - original headmaster's home. Contains photos of milling and timber, old Helensville, shipping and Kaipara Harbour. Small kitchen facility and 'shop' selling books on...

One of New Zealand’s finest timber Gothic houses, Highwic was begun in 1862 by Alfred Buckland, one of Auckland’s most substantial land owners, and his wife Eliza. It was extended in 1873 in the style of the original, wh...

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...

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