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Located in one of Hamilton's most prominent heritage buildings ArtsPost is a gallery and shop combination which is regularly updated with the best in local art. ArtsPost is dedicated to developing and promoting artists, ...

In the old police barracks at No. 1 Ponsonby Road, Artstation houses a community gallery showing art from the diverse communities within Auckland City. It is funded by Auckland City's Recreation and Community Services an...

History, heritage and culture are brought to life at Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki. Founded in 1888, it remains New Zealand’s most compelling visual arts experience, with a collection numbering over 16,000 works. ...

History of the Auckland Fire Brigades, Mercer to Wellsford. Photos, equipment, uniform archives etc.

Auckland Museum is regarded as one of the finest museums in the Southern Hemisphere and is renowned for its unique collection of Maori and Pacific treasures. It is also a war memorial for the Auckland province. House...

Bibleworld Museum & Discovery Centre is a great place for adults and children to explore what life was like in Bible times. View detailed handmade scale models showing: a typical village house from the time of Jesus; ...

Joseph Brain shipbuilder's family home entirely furnished with late owner's possessions. Kauri villa built 1881.

This Tourism New Zealand 2001/02 'Innovator Award' winning museum displays the largest collection of excavated objects unearthed following a volcanic eruption, while opening up the enthralling history of this Māori/Victo...

Trace the history of Mangonui as a whaling port at this privately-owned museum. You will also be visiting the site of a Maori pa, which was occupied when the first American whale ship visited in 1792. Excavations of the ...

Cambridge was named after the Duke of Cambridge, Commander in Chief of the British Army in 1864, and it was established as a town after the New Zealand Wars in the Waikato came to an end. Cambridge Museum's focus is o...

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