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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 National Library of New Zealand Te Puna Matauranga o Aotearoa, located across from Parliament, is one of the country's leading cultural and information centres. It holds rich and varied collections of research materi...

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 ...

PATAKA is dedicated to celebrating our heritage & showcasing Maori, Pacific Island, New Zealand and international art & culture. Pataka has five main galleries with over 14 major exhibitions annually, offering a range of...

The Academy Galleries are the public face of the New Zealand Academy of Fine Arts, which celebrated its 125th anniversary in 2008. The Academy Galleries host regular exhibitions showcasing high quality fine art and craft...

Our 3 operation steam locomotives are supplemented by several operational diesel locomotives and railcars. We specialise in hosting children's birthday parties, charters, railfans events and re-creation goods trains. ...

Changes are afoot and unfortunately this philatelic museum is not open to the public but can answer queries through the post. The collection comprises New Zealand stamp issues from 1860s, artwork for most stamp issues, s...

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...

The Wainuiomata Historical Society was established in 1977 and in March 1987 the Wellington Education Board gave the use of the ‘old school’ to the Society. The Museum was opened on 30 September 1989 by Harry Martin, the...

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.

Archives New Zealand preserves and stores central government documents. This includes the Treaty of Waitangi and the Women's Suffrage Petition of 1893. Discover and learn more in the new Gateway space.

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