Wellington City Maori and Pacific
Wellington is New Zealand's Capital City. Wellington City offers an absorbing range of Pacific and Maori art and culture, both known for their strength and beauty. New Zealand has a diverse cultural society and this gives ample opportunity to view Maori and Pacific Island cultural art attractions in Wellington, or to take part in cultural activities. 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.
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 (except Christmas Day). Free admission and tours available in multiple languages.
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