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Pirongia, originally Alexandra, was a garrison settlement established in 1864 to guard lands confiscated from Maori tribes by the Government. The Centre operates in an historic church which was originally built in 190...

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...

An agricultural museum including examples of turn of the century farm houses and rooms, a dairy museum, heritage village and wagon rides with Clydesdale horses.

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 ...

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, ...

New Zealand Maritime History. The story of the Waihou and Ohinemuri Rivers. Their connection to Paeroa being the furtherest Inland Port in New Zealand. Furtherest Captian Cook explored inland while navigating New Zeal...

Our museum provides a window on local history for the Raglan Whaingaroa area and adjacent districts. It is open every day. Displays are being progressively established and cover Maori history, early settler and town l...

Waikato Museum's exhibitions, events and programmes tell our stories from a regional and global perspective, and include visual art, social history, tangata whenua and science from touring exhibitions, and the museum’s o...

Come and explore Waipa’s rich social history at the Te Awamutu Museum. Our collection is made up of artefacts that tell the stories of the Waipa District. At the heart of our collections are taonga Maori and Pasifika ...

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