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History Museum
“Te Puia spans 70 hectares within the historic Te Whakarewarewa Valley, on the edge of town. It is the home to the world famous Pohutu geyser, to mud pools, hot springs, to silica formations to the Kiwi bird and the national schools of wood carving, weaving, stone and bone carving. Te Puia shared these treasures with manuhiri (visitors) for 170 years and proudly continue that legacy today.”
  • 42 orang tempatan mengesyorkan
Galeri Seni
“Pretty little museum displaying all the local history as well as recreation of Chelsea Flower Show Gold Ora garden. ”
  • 22 orang tempatan mengesyorkan
Government Building
“The Rotorua Museum is located in the scenic Government Gardens. Please note the museum is currently closed for earthquake strengthening, however they are offering free outside the walls guided tours that take in the stunning and historic Government Gardens. Tours depart from Government Gardens, in front of the Museum at 11am, 1pm and 2pm weekdays and 11am and 2pm weekends.”
  • 11 orang tempatan mengesyorkan
Memorial Site
“THE ELMS HISTORICAL SITE The Elms is one of the Bay of Plenty’s oldest heritage sites. As a place of early contact between Māori and Pākehā, this historic site remains at the centre of Tauranga’s history and identity today. Encompassing category one listed heritage buildings and nationally significant collections – all set within a diverse and tranquil garden setting – this one hectare property is a must-see destination for visitors to the region. The Elms is owned and operated by The Elms Foundation, a registered charitable trust dedicated to the preservation and promotion of this historic site. The Elms engages the community in a range of onsite activities including: Guided tours through the mission house and library – both registered as Category 1 by Heritage New Zealand. Garden tours with a focus on the heritage trees and native specimens found on the one hectare site See their website for further details and pricing. www.theelms.org.nz”
  • 13 orang tempatan mengesyorkan
Museum
“Te Puia is a great fusion of Māori culture meets geothermal, if you’re pushed for time during your visit we recommend Te Puia located 5 minute drive from the centre of Rotorua city. Your Day Pass entry (Te Ra) gives you a free guided tour on the hour, showing you highlights of the park including the famous Pohutu Geyser, bubbling hot springs, rivers and mud pools, the NZ Māori Arts & Crafts Institute where you can watch master wood and greenstone carvers make masterpieces , and weavers using flax to make various traditional pieces. In addition to the tour you get free time to explore further on your own, don’t miss the Kiwi house so you can see our iconic native bird (no photography)! If you wish to experience the food as well, their cafe sells Māori Hangi (steamed cooked) meals, but you also can pre book their steamed lunch where you put the hangi in yourself, take a tour then come back to enjoy and eat it. Or for a full cultural experience, I always recommend Te Po (evening cultural experience) which starts with a traditional welcome (pohiri), includes a cultural song and dance performance in a traditional ancestral house (wharenui) followed by a buffet dinner offering traditional Māori hangi plus international options and dessert of course. They also take you down to the geyser by night where you sit admiring the geyser, sipping hot choc. Amazing! Te Ra $50 (day pass only) Te Ra and Haka $76 (day pass and haka - certain times) Te Ra + Kai Ngāwhā $115 (steamed lunch option) Te Ra + Te Po (day and night pass including dinner) $176 Te Po only (cultural evening) $136”
  • 10 orang tempatan mengesyorkan
Museum
“An historic part of Matamata history. A place where you can wander around at your own leisure. Take a picnic and enjoy the grounds. Visit on your way to Wairere Falls or on the way back. Opening hours on their website.”
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Museum
“A very information display of the area's gold mining history. Well worth a visit”
  • 2 orang tempatan mengesyorkan
Museum
“Featuring the beautiful Rotorua museum (currently closed but hopefully reopening soon!) and an enormous manicured garden - great for a walk and a picnic in warm weather.”
  • 2 orang tempatan mengesyorkan
Museum
“Exhibition of local artifacts and art works, as well as a library, and free wi-fi.”
  • 5 orang tempatan mengesyorkan
Museum
“The Classic Flyers Museum is an aviation museum located at the Tauranga Airport, Mount Maunganui, New Zealand, owned by a registered New Zealand charitable trust, the Bay of Plenty Classic Aircraft Trust. They have a great cafe' there too.”
  • 5 orang tempatan mengesyorkan
Museum
“Fabulous hot springs set in a lovely native setting beside the Waikato River. There are beautiful walks along the river and changing rooms/ toilets at the stream so you can soak in the hot pools. Free attraction”
  • 4 orang tempatan mengesyorkan
Museum
“Fabulous boutique museum showcasing the history of the Western Bay of Plenty area”
  • 3 orang tempatan mengesyorkan
Galeri Seni
“Drop into this cute little gallery with wonderful works on display. Great if you are looking for a special gift, or a treasure for yourself! ”
  • 3 orang tempatan mengesyorkan
Museum
“There are many exhibits including Maori artefacts and jewellery, photos and paintings of Whakatane as it used to be in the "old days"”
  • 3 orang tempatan mengesyorkan
Museum
“This is a really cool self drive trip over unused rail lines. You will get to see conservation work that this helps fun, and drive yourself though countryside while listening to a commentary. Highly recommended. There is a lunch or drink break which is fun. You'll see why”
  • 2 orang tempatan mengesyorkan
Museum
“Walking track - approx 30 minute nature walk. Located approximatley 3 minute drive out of Tairua”
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