Northland History Museums
Northland 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.
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The Kauri Museum tells the fascinating story of pioneering settlers through the theme of kauri. Experience the awesome history of the mighty kauri, its beautiful timber and kauri gum. Located in Matakohe, en route to the giant kauri trees in the Waipoua Forest. One of Northland's best heritage attractions. A great place to visit for the whole family.
Mobile-friendly - Explore Northland's unique natural history and heritage with us. Northland’s only captive Kiwi viewing, plus Tuatara, Gecko & more. Taonga Maori on display – treasured Korowai (cloak), jewellery, weapons and tools. Special exhibitions featured in the Whangarei Museum. Historic homestead, chapel & school. Relax and revive in our beautiful grounds. Close to quality cafes & only 6ks from city centre.
Mobile-friendly - The Packard Motor Museum has one of the largest collections of Packard automobiles anywhere in the world… plus classic motor cycles, military and other vintage and rare vehicles. Our other special collections include our log-hauling steam locomotive, steam traction engines and earth-moving equipment that literally shaped New Zealand into the country it is today.
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