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The Rangiriri Cultural & Heritage Museum provides an insite to the 1863 invasion of Waikato. The Museum is small and has colonial artifacts, memorabilia and resources that offer multiple views of the Rangiriri invasion...

A small museum specialising in the history of the Morrinsville district. As well as displays of local artefacts, there is a pioneer cottage and a good archive of local material. Included is the Mana Whenua of Piako Exhib...

The home of this rural museum is an authentically furnished farm homestead and worker's cottage circa 1900, which is the site of the headquarters of the Matamata Estate (1865-1904) founded by J C Firth. Photography: Eli...

Based in the historical Cadman Bathhouse the museum is the focal point of the domain. It reflects the very early popularity of Te Aroha as a tourist destination and its beginning as the spa town in New Zealand. The Bathh...

Established in 1984 to preserve existing blacksmith's shop complete with all associated tools and equipment. Five buildings on site including slab and adzed frame early settlers hut. Original blacksmith's shop and cottag...

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...

Take a peaceful break between Rotorua and Hamilton and view early New Zealand in its infinite variety at this privately owned museum. The large collection includes furniture, clocks, lamps, all sorts of household article...

The museum occupies part of the old waterfront offices of the former Kawhia County Council. It specialises in photographs and publications of old Kawhia, carvings of Tainui origin and Jurassic fossils from the district. ...

The Otorohanga Kiwi House/Native Bird Park is situated at the gateway to the world famous Waitomo Caves, and is one of a very few parks that specialise in New Zealand's native fauna/flora. The kiwi and tuatara are the pa...

In the centre of Waitomo Caves Village & 500m from the world famous Waitomo Glowworm Caves, this special interest museum explains how caves and karst (limestone landscapes)are formed, what is found in them, and the gener...

Dig deep into history at our friendly coal mining museum, housed in the local mine manager's house, built in 1890. Coal mining displays include a reconstructed mine tunnel, a miner's cottage dating from 1890 and a set ...

Presenting the history of timber and the logging industries in central North Island. Includes an acclimatisation display. Set in park-like grounds which include native tree plantings and a picnic area. Local community di...

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