The Maori are a tribal Polynesian people indigenous to New Zealand with a rich and unique culture which forms an integral part of life in New Zealand. There are many opportunities to experience traditional Maori culture firsthand in Wellington, the best place being a Marae (meeting grounds). more
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Mobile-friendly - Wellington Museum is housed in the Bond Store, an 1892 heritage building designed by leading architect Frederick de Jersey Clere. Set over four floors, the Museum shares the fascinating stories of the Wellington region. Come see the Von Kohorn Room, Wahine Theatre, The Attic, and much more! Located on Wellington’s waterfront, two minutes from Lambton Quay and the cable car.
View the glow and richness of Maori traditions and culture forever preserved on DVD. See the Maori Haka, traditional welcome, and songs and dance. Travel back thousands of years to the coming of the Maori and watch their progress through the ages, their struggles in developing the land and the unfolding of their unique isolated culture.
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