New Zealand is a country that is too young, and its history of more than 100 years is lacklustre. And that short gold rush was an important page in the history of this country. Many relics of the time have been preserved here.
Just like Founders Heritage Park in Nelson, this is also an artificial town like a movie studio, recreating Greymouth during the gold rush in the 1960s. Here you can take the train, visit the museum, have a drink in the bar, and try the real gold panning. It is a place where you can learn and entertain. It is very suitable for family travel.
A lot of historical relics from the gold rush years are preserved!
This is the age when the gold rush was popular in the 19th century. The town where gold diggers lived and lived, and it is a historic town that retains the architecture and life objects of that era.
Glymouth was a major gold mining town in New Zealand during the gold rush. This shantytown historic site park is a reconstructed display area. The park shows the scene of life at that time, and some of the daily necessities on display are actual antiquities.