Hawkes Bay History Museums
Hawke's Bay history museums showcase New Zealand's history, bringing natural, cultural, social, military and historical events to life. Browse interactive exhibits, local treasures, portraits, artifacts, gems, documents and other historic memorabilia. Historic sites and historic houses are also forms of history museums.
Select History Museums in Hawke's Bay, New Zealand, from the list below. Alternatively select a different Hawke's Bay area.
Mobile-friendly - International Police Museum at Dannevirke on SH2. This extensive private museum collection is unique in the Southern Hemisphere – with displays of Police uniforms from around the world, as well as many items of police memorabilia, vehicle and other models and so much more. Also real police cars and motorcycles from New Zealand and other countries. See website for details.
Mobile-friendly - Immerse yourself in Napier, the Art Deco Capital of the World! Take a tour of the city's iconic Art Deco heritage which is beautifully preserved and celebrated by the Art Deco Trust. Your local guide will tell you stories of the earthquake that destroyed the city, the people that were affected and the remarkable recovery. Tours to suit everyone.
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