It was originally on the seaside of Petone, and you can visit here on a trekking and fishing holiday without tickets. There is a warm reminder at the door: if you come from the beach, please clean the soles of your shoes. Entering is divided into two parts of the exhibition area, on the left is the history of petone, there are soap, cigarette history exhibition, and construction drawings. On the right is an introduction to Maori culture. Of course, it is much inferior to the Maori Cultural Village in Rutorua. It’s a simple introduction, just take a look. What I like most is the trust in tourists here. Many things are put or hung on the bright surface. No one is watching your every move during the whole process. You can take pictures and watch them seriously. No one will disturb you. Of course For this kind of trust, I can only reward higher self-discipline. Since July is the off-season, I am the only tourist. The lady at the door is very kind.
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