New Zealand's capital city, Wellington, is an experience that will reveal the creative, political and cultural nature of New Zealand, but still provide blockbuster scenery. Wellington has a vibrant and varied entertainment scene with something to suit all ages, tastes and budgets. Wellington entertainment venues may include movie theatres, swimming pools, casinos, night clubs, restaurants, theatres and racing tracks. more
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Mobile-friendly - An adventure and playing field in the heart of the forest. A test against gravity, balance and agility. A fun and exciting entertainment option for the whole family or as part of a group. Each park has several levels of difficulty allowing for a different experience of pleasures, emotions and challenges.
Mobile-friendly - Kidz Go is the only dedicated family travel webguide to New Zealand. Information for families visiting or taking holidays anywhere around NZ. Family friendly accommodation, dining and activities, birthday party ideas, day trips, child-minding, skiing with kids and more. Check our web site also for family information for all New Zealand regions.
Mobile-friendly - At Space Place we share the stories of our southern skies through multimedia exhibits, interactive galleries, the historic Thomas Cooke telescope and our digital, full-dome planetarium. Learn about planets, stars, constellations and galaxies. Complete your trip through the galaxy with gripping stories of space exploration and the magic and science of Māori astronomy.
Mobile-friendly - Offering visitors the unique and exciting opportunity to connect with nature in a beautiful, natural environment, is Staglands Wildlife Reserve & Cafe. It's the best place to visit as family in the Wellington region. It's also a great destination for school and group visits. Hire the Barn exclusively for up to 150 guests - perfect for weddings and functions.
Mobile-friendly - Te Papa is New Zealand's innovative and interactive national museum. Enjoy six floors of engaging, interactive displays. Encounter Maori and Pacific cultural treasures, New Zealand's extraordinary natural life, its most important works of art, and its unique history. Open every day 10am to 6pm (9pm Thursdays). Free admission and tours available in multiple languages.
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