When you come to this museum, you can appreciate the development trajectory of the city of Wellington and its maritime industry. There are many things to visit. The building of his museum has a beautiful appearance with a blue background.
Like most maritime museums, this museum is also divided into two parts: outdoor and indoor. It doesn't feel big, but there are everything that should be there. You can still take a look. It is a history museum.
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.
Wellington City and Maritime Museum is a place worth visiting. Here is a perfect interpretation of how the modern urban and marine natural environment should coexist harmoniously. There are many interactive games and exhibits here, and it is impressive to learn and play.
The current name is Wellington Museum. It used to be used as a dock warehouse. The whole museum introduces the development of Wellington. The first floor introduces the historical events and characters of Wellington, there is an exhibition of the British royal crown, the second floor is a shipwreck exhibition, understanding of sea ships, the third floor is a brief introduction to Maori culture, there is a 3D virtual theater, the fourth floor is a loft, 2015 Wellington has just been built for the 150th anniversary of its founding. It introduces the celebrities, events, and decorations in the history of Wellington over the years.
The kids loved it and the friends who came to Wellington for the first time were worth it.
This museum is in Lambton Pier, a very lively place. It mainly introduces the development of Ellington from the European whites who came here to compromise the war with the Maori, and introduce the formation and development of this Gulf city. There are many exhibits that can be interactive, you can pick up the phone to listen to the voice, you can also press the red button to listen to the birds, and you can pull up a small box with great effort, which is interesting and interactive.