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Under the protection of Ngapuhi leader Eruera Maihi Patuone, Mangungu was established in 1828 as the second Wesleyan Mission station in New Zealand, the first being destroyed in 1827. This house was built in 1838-1839 fo...

Firefighting memorabilia from New Zealand and other countries Full size fire engine collection Model fire engines & displays Uniforms & helmets from around the world Fire safty education

Eclectic collection of medical instruments, anaesthesia pieces, nursing notes, general equipment, photographs, memorabilia and some archival material. Dr John Swinney began saving outdated hospital heritage pieces some 3...

The Packard Motor Museum provides an informative educational experience based around the automobiles, machinery, stories and lives of those who led the industrial revolution and created and shaped our modern way of life....

Buildings include the Waimate North Courthouse built in 1862 which is the oldest courthouse in New Zealand, the Maioha Cottage built in 1875 and Utakura Hall and School built in 1891. Collections include the Fergie N...

Visitors to the Bay of Islands put Pompallier on their 'must see' list. Pompallier, is the sole surviving building of the French Catholic mission headquarters to the Western Pacific. Not only a witness to 'The Birth o...

Visit a reproduction of an 18th century Maori fishing village built in the traditional way using native materials. Explanatory noticeboards feature on each building and all plants are labelled with notes describing medic...

Reyburn House Art Gallery in Whangarei houses and displays the Northland Society of Arts (NSA) permanent collection of Northland artists. More than 50 artists are represented including Dimock, Morley, Sutherland, Tapper,...

Russell Museum tells the story of the Russell township, recording the earliest years of Mäori/European contact, including a 1:5 scale model of Cook's Endeavour. There are also artefacts relating to Russell's 100 years as...

The Te Ahu Heritage Museum in Kaitaia holds a remarkable collection. Its purpose is to illuminate the stories and histories of the very Far North district [Te Hiku o te Ika] of New Zealand. Treasures among the pre-Euro...

Te Waimate Mission House, built in 1832, is the only survivor of three mission houses founded in 1830 on behalf of the Church Missionary Society by the Reverend Samuel Marsden with the agreement of local Nga Puhi. An ...

The Kauri Museum is located approximately 90 minutes drive north of Auckland, in the rural backdrop of Matakohe. With truly stunning collections The Kauri Museum offers something that is like no other, and will amaze all...

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