Waikato Free Visitor Attractions
Waikato is home to some of New Zealand’s most iconic attractions including the glow-worm filled Waitomo Caves and the famous LOTR’s Hobbiton movie set. Waikato Free Visitor Attractions allow you to stretch your budget further with its free things to do. Waikato free visitor attractions may include nature reserves, attractions of historical interest, museums, walks, parks and more. more
Waikato free visitor attractions enable you to stretch your budget further and enjoy a day out going easy on the wallet. Whether you have a family or are a backpacker or in a group, Waikato is sure to offer free visitor attractions well suited to you.
The Ruakuri Walk is a great free attraction in the Waitomo Caves area. Based in the Ruakuri Scenic Reserve, a place of strong cultural significance to Maori, the walk includes limestone outcrops, native forest and small caves to be explored.
Hamilton Gardens is about to unveil its latest fantasy garden, which comes with a hovering steampunk inspired airship! The Concept Garden and Huddleston airship will open to the public from February 2018. Hamilton Gardens is the Waikato's most popular visitor attraction and it is already gaining an international reputation. Free entry with visitor information centre and a cafe on site.
Te Awamutu Museum is a central gathering place where local residents and visitors come to experience Waipa's history, art, ideas and culture. Our fascinating exhibitions explore the district's sometimes turbulent past, showcase its treasured taonga and celebrate its modern day culture. The Museum offers a research service and has an extensive archive collection. We also offer a full education service.
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