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.
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Enjoy the golden age of film in the splendour and glamour of The Roxy, voted the Best Cinema in New Zealand. 1930's inspired decor by the creative team at Weta Workshop can be seen in the two cocktail bars, Grand Lobby, CoCo Restaurant and the two state-of-the-art cinema screens which have the very best in Dolby Digital 3D.
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.
Dramatic, intellectual, high energy, unique, interactive game experience in a real underground bank vault. The coolest indoors activity in town, suitable for any groups. Also ideal for team buildings, or any occasions. Besides solving puzzles and mysteries, you will be assigned to a mission. All you need is logic, creative thinking, a good strategy and team spirit!
Staglands Wildlife Reserve & Cafe offers visitors the unique and exciting opportunity to connect with nature in a beautiful, natural environment. Feed and freely interact with wildlife in this magical place. Enjoy home-made treats or lunch at the licensed Cafe. Hire the Barn exclusively for up to 150 guests - perfect for birthdays, Christmas, weddings and corporate functions.
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.
In our mini-museum, you come face to face with some of the characters, props and displays from your favourite movies. Read the stories of how they were brought to life and learn about the artists who created them. Entry to the Weta Cave with its museum and film screening is absolutely free - come and enjoy with us.
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