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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...

While small, the Wainuiomata Water Museum hosts a range of beautiful images, historic artefacts related to the Wainuiomata and Orongorongo water collection areas, as well as pest control items which have helped native sp...

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 ...

Wellington’s rich history is unmistakable as you wander down Cuba Street, stroll along the waterfront or take a jaunt down to Oriental Bay. This city has an enchanting story, and Wellington Museum is the place to hear it...

Wellington is a vibrant capital city which offers visitors and residents alike an exciting mix of arts, cultural and heritage attractions. For more than a decade, the Wellington Museums Trust has been a key mover on the ...

When you visit the Wellington Tramway Museum you have the opportunity, not only of viewing our Museum display of tramway history, but of riding in one of the original Wellington trams that served Wellington city and its ...

Wellington Zoo a magical place of learning and fun, leaving visitors with a sense of wonder and respect for nature, and a belief in the need for a sustainable co-existence between wildlife and people. Wellington Zoo is ...

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...

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