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Play. Think. Create. Learn. Discover. Creativity is for everyone. Our commitment to creative practice has no limits, spanning everything from art and design to hip hop, fashion, science and business. We are dedicated...

The New Zealand Cartoon Archive is a collection of New Zealand political and editorial cartoons dating from the late 19 century up until today. Cartoons are valuable in that they encapsulate the events of the past. Th...

Fondly described as “relentless red rattlers”, Wellington’s cable cars have transported people between the harbour and the hills for more than 100 years and are now an iconic image and popular tourist attraction for the ...

The museum is located in the last remaining part of the original asylum in Porirua. The main hall was a dormitory and an original restraint room is part of the building. In the grounds is a sun shelter built to keep pati...

The Fire Brigadesmen's Museum is dedicated to presenting the development of the fire service in the greater Wellington area. Items include uniforms, equipment, books and documents. Personal memorabilia includes photos, m...

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...

The Society has a large collection of railway material, including former New Zealand Government Railways Department correspondence files, maps, photographs, lists of staff, annual reports, newspaper clippings etc.

Historic coastal defence battery located on Wrights Hill in Karori, Wellington. Over 600 metres of tunnels were built during the second world war to defend Wellington from attack, and armed with two 9.2 inch guns. The si...

E-Central is a free public space with an indoor playground and a bunch of activities for children. We host events and workshops on a regular basis. Upstairs, we have our digital Studios - MediaLab and OnTV where young pe...

Beautifully presented, Wellington’s oldest identified building was built in 1858 as a family home by William Wallis. This was a time when candles were made from meat fat and nails had to be imported. Completed just befor...

Discover the intriguing stories of Wellington's history in this historic building filled with precious objects, beautiful displays and stunning technology. The Wellington Museum Collections celebrate Wellington’s civ...

Major Refurbishment for Petone Settlers Museum! It’s exciting times on the Petone foreshore with changes afoot for the much-loved Petone Settlers Museum. The museum will temporarily close on Sunday 18th April for a we...

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