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  • 1 Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa Interesting

    Museums and art

    NZL - Wellington

    The Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa is a perfect prelude to your exploration of the country. You'll leave feeling fascinated and far more knowledgeable after ideally spending a whole day discovering its virtual landscapes, simulations of eart..

  • 2 Old Government Buildings Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    15 Lambton Quay NZL - Wellington

    The Old Government Buildings (1876), built out of indigenous kauri trees, are truly impressive in size. But the real seat of power is the Beehive (1964), an amazing copper-topped building where the Prime Minister and his cabinet officiate.

  • 3 City Gallery of Wellington

    Museums and art

    NZL - Wellington

    The City Gallery occupies a major place in New Zealand culture, despite being an exhibition space without a permanent collection. New rooms have been added to its Art Deco building. The museum features Pacific Art, traditional and contemporary Maori ..

  • 4 Museum of Wellington City and Sea

    Museums and art

    3 Jervois Quay NZL - Wellington

    Shipwreck fans will love the Museum of Wellington City and Sea featuring the wreck of the Wahine ferry, vestiges of the Inconstant (1888), as well as models, films and holographic reconstructions tracing back to a thousand years of local history. Ent..

  • 5 Katherine Mansfield Birthplace

    Museums and art

    NZL - Wellington

    Katherine Mansfield, an icon of New Zealand literature, was born in 1888 in this simple wooden house, restored following an archaeological dig. This literary pilgrimage is also a chance to explore a typical 19C villa in the suburbs of Wellington.

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