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Wednesday, 28 June 2017
COMMUNITY AND THE ARTS
All Regions Museums Links: 1-10
Bay of Plenty
The Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa
Te Papa is the new national museum of New Zealand. Te Papa is different from any other museum on the planet ... playful, scholarly, imaginative, educational, interactive, bold - Te Papa speaks with a Kiwi accent. Who we were, who we are, and even who we might become ...
Puke Ariki - Taranaki's knowledge centre
Puke Ariki is a united museum, library and visitor information centre for Taranaki - a stimulating, educational and recreational complex. Read online Taranaki Stories which cover many topics including sporting heroes, conflict and the arts. Browse our online databases: photographs, archives, artefacts and passenger lists. Play our interactive games or download teachers’ worksheets. The site is essential viewing for visitors to Taranaki, teachers, students, genealogists and historians.
Army Museum Waiouru
Army Museum Waiouru is a military history and army war museum in New Zealand. Engage with real life soldiers' stories, discover New Zealand's military history, learn the campaigns of the NZ Army, and reflect on how conflict has shaped New Zealand.
New Zealand Rugby Museum
Welcome to the New Zealand Rugby Museum, the oldest and arguably the first museum in the world devoted to the oval ball code.It contains New Zealand's biggest and most comprehensive collection of rugby memorabilia and records, including some of the world's rarest rugby artefacts. The extensive photo library provides rare and detailed coverage of the emergence of New Zealand as a major rugby power.
The Tairawhiti Museum and Art Gallery has a reputation as one of the best museums in New Zealand, their collection rich in Gisborne – East Coast – history, art and taonga maori.
Galleries and Artists
Canterbury Museum is a treasure trove of riches. Its collections have engaged and delighted visitors from all over the world for more than 130 years. Highlights include the Maori Galleries, the Christchurch Street, Discovery centre for children and the world’s most significant Antarctic collection.
The Museum of Transport and Technology is located in Western Springs, Auckland (5 minutes on the Western Motorway from Downtown Auckland) - Take an interactive journey through the transport and technology that has shaped NZ - Classic Cars, Planes, Interactive Science Area, Touring Exhibitions and special events year round, Victorian Village, Steam Trains, Trams, Military, Blacksmith, Cafe and much more!
Air Force Museum
New Zealand's premier military aviation collection, featuring 28 classic restored aircraft, restoration hangar tours, social history exhibitions and galleries, research facilities, education programmes and souvenir shop.
The Albertland and Districts Museum
The Albertland and Districts Museum Inc house and display memorabilia, artefacts, and other items relating to the district from the 1860's.
Katherine Mansfield Birthplace
The Katherine Mansfield Birthplace is the childhood home of one of the world's best known short story writers and New Zealand's most famous author. The meticulously restored "living museum" provides an essential background for the enjoyment and understanding of a large part of Mansfield's writing. Her memories and experiences here were recreated in her most famous short stories including "The Aloe", "Prelude" and "A Birthday".
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