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Four historic local buildings have been shifted onto one site for this museum - an 1896 police lockup, 1912 courthouse, a police office and a 1908 church building. The structures are conserved as near as possible in thei...

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...

Dannevirke, a thriving town in the Tararua District, was originally the centre of a large sawmilling district in the Forty Mile Bush and is situated on the Napier-Wellington Railway, approximately one hundred and twenty ...

The Dargaville Museum Te Whare Taonga o Tunatahi is a Maori, Maritime and Pioneer Museum, situated in Harding Park Pou Tu Te Rangi, overlooking Dargaville with magnificent views of the surrounding district including tha...

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...

Duart House was built in 1862/63 for Allan & Hannah McLean. It is a large, two-storied colonial mansion, still very much in original condition. It has only ever been owned and lived in by two families, and was a school...

Efil Doog is an eleven acre sculpture park and fine art gallery situated in the beautiful Akatarawa Valley, near Wellington. The sculpture collection is an outstanding and unique outdoor exhibition devoted to comtemporar...

Social history of Eketahuna and the wider district with a focus on the early Scandinavian settlers. Eketahuna was originally called Mellemskov, which means the heart of the forest, as it was at the heart of the Forty Mil...

The Elvis room in an adapted garage next to the owner's house contains thousands of rare and expensive recordings, souvenirs and memorabilia. There are approximately 4,000 recordings in this collection ­ 80 percent of wh...

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 ...

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