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Whanganui Regional Museum

Whanganui Regional MuseumNearby City

4.5/52 Reviews
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Museum
Open from 10:00am-4:30pm (Local time)
derric
"The Whanganui area is on the southwest side of New Zealand’s North Island. It used to be a prosperous pier. After the unrest and the opening of the steamer, it was once very busy and became a commercial hub area. Now that the pier has declined, there is The glass manufacturing industry replaced the dock industry, and the original dock was changed to a glass workshop The scenery of the Whanganui River is very beautiful. There is the Whanganui Highway next to it. It is also a very well-known scenic road in New Zealand. The road is not very long. It takes about an hour to drive along the road, just beside the road. The grass grows too high. You have to stop your car to see the river view from the side. Wan hardi and the most conventional way of playing is boating. This is also the route for boats on a river in New Zealand’s seven hiking routes"
Museum of New Zealand (Te Papa Tongarewa)

Museum of New Zealand (Te Papa Tongarewa)Nearby City

4.5/5172 Reviews
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Museum
Business hours TBA (Local time)
M22***00
"One of the main places to visit in Wellington, introducing the history of New Zealand, bilingual text introduction in Maori and English. It involves the geology of volcanoes, the history of immigration and battles of islands, and the understanding of the Maori world."
Volcanic Activity Centre

Volcanic Activity CentreNearby City

4/55 Reviews
ta-iconbased on 177 reviews
Museum
乐天的静
"We really enjoyed our trip-it was not only for the kids, but we found it interesting to understand why this area is so active. There are some interesting videos playing in another room, and the earthquake simulator is the focus"
Museum of Wellington City & Sea

Museum of Wellington City & SeaNearby City

4.3/538 Reviews
ta-iconbased on 1342 reviews
Museum
Open from 10:00am-5:00pm (Local time)
M48***13
"The Wellington City and Ocean Museum is a professional museum that fully demonstrates the compatibility and harmony of the city and the ocean. There is a large area here to show the splendid marine culture of New Zealand and how human culture coexists with the marine nature. Some of the contributions and experiences made are worthy of reference."
Carter Observatory

Carter ObservatoryNearby City

4.4/531 Reviews
ta-iconbased on 458 reviews
Science & Technology Museum
Observation Deck
M48***13
"Carter Observatory is one of Wellington's most famous attractions, this observatory has a history of more than 100 years. There are many astronomy-related books collected here, and there are also many interactive areas for tourists. You can easily and simply learn a lot of esoteric astronomy knowledge. It is definitely worth visiting."
National Army Museum

National Army MuseumNearby City

4/52 Reviews
ta-iconbased on 273 reviews
Exhibition
Open from 9:00am-4:30pm (Local time)
112***81
"New Zealand, the country farthest from the main continent on the earth, also had troops involved in World War II."
National War Memorial

National War MemorialNearby City

4.3/523 Reviews
ta-iconbased on 338 reviews
Memorial Hall
Open from 10:00am-5:00pm (Local time)
M48***13
"The New Zealand War Memorial is located in the center of Wellington. There are many wax figures of all kinds, all imitating realistic war scenes, which are very cruel. This is also to warn everyone to love peace and not to war."
New Zealand Rugby Museum

New Zealand Rugby MuseumNearby City

4/52 Reviews
ta-iconbased on 191 reviews
Museum
112***81
"New Zealanders love sports, and of all ball sports, rugby is the most popular and the most proud of the country. Because the New Zealand national rugby team wears a black uniform, it is named all blacks."
Wata Cave

Wata CaveNearby City

4.4/522 Reviews
Museum
乐天的静
"It is very convenient to travel from the city center by Miramar bus. The collections in the Weta Cave are very good, and there is also a mini museum. Although this alone is not enough to become an attraction. It is recommended to participate in a fee-based seminar tour, which takes place approximately every 40 minutes."
Cable Car Museum

Cable Car MuseumNearby City

4.6/515 Reviews
ta-iconbased on 585 reviews
Museum
Open from 9:30am-5:00pm (Local time)
chinadesk1
"The Wellington Cable Car Museum (Cable Car Museum) is located at the Botanic Garden cable car station on the top of the hill. The museum has a small area and introduces the past and present of the cable car system to the audience and the basic situation of cable car operation. The Wellington Cable Car departs from Lambton Quay Street, with a total length of 612 meters, a crawling 120 meters, and an operating time of five minutes. Board the cable car from the bustling business district to get a bird's eye view of Wellington city and the vast coast. The terminal is the entrance to the top of Wellington Botanic Garden. The cable car museum is free to visit. The museum is on the site of the earliest cable car winch house. The birth and development of the cable car is the need of Wellington's economic and social development. The businessman Martin Kennedy first proposed the idea of building a cable car, which persuaded the UPLAND real estate developer to join the plan to build a new suburb near Wellington, using cable cars to facilitate residents' travel and close contact with the city center. Construction of the cable car system started in 1899, and it ran for the first time on February 22, 1902, with more than 4,000 people riding on the first weekend. In 1904, a trailer was added to the cable car to increase the number of passengers. Electricity replaced steam in 1933 as the driving force for cable cars. After 1978, the cable car adopted a new Swiss-designed operating system until today. The cable car museum displays two decommissioned cable cars. The current cable car body is red. The previous car design is very British and antique. A hoist gear that was originally used for the cable car to drive to a steep slope, showing the earliest operating mode of the cable car."
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