Bryce Gallery

The space and pace of life in the South Island are natural drivers of art appreciation, which have given Cantabrians defined tastes and a respect for beauty uncommon in many…

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Whakarewarewa, The Living Maori Village

Nestled amongst a geothermal wonderland sits the Living Maori Village of Te Whakarewarewa. View geothermal pools, erupting geysers and bubbling mud pools as you join a guided tour to learn about Maori culture,…

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Fiordland Cinema

Ata Whenua – Shadowland, Fiordland’s very own movie, takes you on an unforgettable journey through one of the most awe-inspiring and spectacular landscapes on Earth. As movie fans say: ‘Possibly…

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National Transport & Toy Museum

The largest private collection in the Southern Hemisphere with four major buildings housing over 600 vehicles, twelve aircraft, 50,000 toys and thousands of miscellaneous items. This extraordinary collection leaves people…

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The Riccarton Market

Renowned as a place to find something different. An excellent range of craft, jewellery, clothing, woodware, soaps, art and collectibles from over 250 stalls, plus 40 stalls providing local and…

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Air Force Museum

Discover one of the world’s premier military aviation collections. Step back in time in a replica 1940s home and fly the Mosquito Flight Simulator! Take the behind-the-scenes tour to see…

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Aigantighe Art Gallery

The Aigantighe Art Museum (Gaelic for ‘at home’ and pronounced ‘egg and tie’) in Timaru is renowned internationally for its collection and innovative exhibition and education programmes. Holding the South Island’s…

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Shantytown

This recreated gold-rush town tells stories of pioneering spirit through a mix of experience and displays. Ride the Steam Train through native rainforest, experience the sights and sounds of a…

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Omaka Aviation Heritage Centre

Omaka Aviation Heritage Centre houses a display like no other – and you don’t have to be an aviation nut to enjoy it! Great War aircraft are given a theatrical…

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Pataka Art & Museum

Only 15 minutes’ drive north of Wellington, Pataka is the cultural heart of Porirua City. Pataka has developed a world-class reputation for celebrating our heritage and showcasing the best in…

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National War Memorial

The stunning National War Memorial with its Tomb of the Unknown Warrior is a must-see. Observe wreath-laying ceremonies, hear the 74 bells of the world’s third-largest carillon, enjoy a pipe…

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Museum of Wellington City & Sea

Inside this historic building are the real stories of Wellington. Highlights include a show about Maori myths. Three floors of exhibitions feature stunning technology.

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City Gallery Wellington

Located in the heart of Civic Square, City Gallery Wellington offers visitors always captivating, sometimes challenging art from some of the world’s most exciting artists. With specific galleries dedicated to…

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Archives New Zealand

Te Rua Mahara o te Kāwanatanga. Come in to Archives New Zealand’s Wellington office, explore the rich heritage of our nation and see our national treasures. Gateway orientation space and…

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National Army Museum

Stories of courage, stories of comradeship, stories of honour. Discover the military history of New Zealand. Remember the legends, pay tribute to the sacrifices. Café, Museum Gift Shop, Memorial Greenstone…

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Te Puia

A brilliant blend of Maori cultural and geothermal wonders. See Maori cultural performances, watch ancient Maori crafts being taught, discover a geothermal and natural wonderland, and get up close with…

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Rotorua Museum

Rotorua’s rich culture, volatile landscape and legendary figures are all brought to life in this must-see museum, housed in the iconic Bath House building. Innovative displays, art exhibitions, cinema experiences…

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Maori Tours Kaikoura

Join a half-day tour combining laughter, learning and storytelling with hands-on activities like weaving and a bush walk to discover traditional uses of plants. As you join in the customs…

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Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa

Te Papa is New Zealand’s innovative and interactive national museum. Our name literally means ‘container of treasures’. Here, you’ll discover the treasures and stories of New Zealand’s land and people.…

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Tamaki Maori Village

Share in the Powhiri, our ancient ceremony of welcome, before entering our pre-European Maori Village nestled in a native Tawa Forest. The village is alive with sights, sounds and activities…

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Agrodome

For more than 40 years, the world-famous Farm Show at Agrodome has been a must-do New Zealand experience. Featuring talented animals in an entertaining show, it’s a unique way to…

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MOTAT

The Museum of Transport and Technology houses extensive collections, including one of the world’s most impressive aviation collections, on display in the new Aviation Display Hall. MOTAT is also home…

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Voyager NZ Maritime Museum

Let us take you on a journey to discover New Zealand’s story. Try your hand at yacht design, relax in the bach, hear the cannon fire, test your sea legs…

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Auckland Museum

[Auckland – Museum] Housed in one of New Zealand’s finest heritage buildings, Auckland Museum has the most significant collection of Maori and Pacific treasures in the Southern Hemisphere. The museum…

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Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tamaki

Auckland Art Gallery is New Zealand’s most inspiring visual arts experience. Enter between majestic Kauri columns to explore four floors of exhibitions, seven centuries of art and one of Auckland’s…

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Woodlyn Park

Enjoy a world-unique complex with a spectacular show, involving bush animals, humour, magic and audience participation to bring New Zealand’s pioneering history and heritage alive on stage. Then stay in…

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Waitangi Treaty Grounds

New Zealand’s most historic site where, in 1840, the Treaty of Waitangi was signed between Maori chiefs and the British Crown. Join a guided tour. Experience a cultural performance and…

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The Kauri Museum

Visit this award-winning and internationally acclaimed attraction. Learn about pioneering settlers through the mighty Kauri tree. Over 4,500 square metres of under-cover displays, including antique Kauri furniture, restored machinery and…

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