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Thursday, 24 May 2018
COMMUNITY AND THE ARTS
All Regions Museums Links: 21-30
Bay of Plenty
Ormondville Rail Preservation Group Inc.
This site presents history and heritage preservation material on Ormondville railway station and the district and people it served. The station is also a Bed & Breakfast.
Hobbies and Interests
North Otago Museum
The Museum encourages appeciation and understanding of the natural and cultural heritage of the Waitaki district. The Archive welcomes family history enquiries.
Family and Genealogy
Museum of Wellington City & Sea
The Museum of Wellington City & Sea was re-opened after redevelopment in late 1999. The website is the virtual home of the Museum, it backgrounds what you will find in a visit as well as current exhibitions, public programmes and events. The Museum explores tales of sea and land. Using modern storytelling techniques, it explores Wellington’s distinctive character from first settlement by Maori to the present.
Details of the Wellington Tramway Museum and Kapiti Coast Electric Tramway at Queen Elizabeth Park, MacKay's Crossing, Paekakariki, Kapiti Coast, New Zealand.Also includes historical details, latest news, opening times, how to get there, exhibit details, membership, publications and social events
Eyes On Nature - Havelock Marlborough Sounds
Eyes On Nature exhibition centre in Havelock. Recreations of our world's natural history, museum in Havelock Marlborough Sounds New Zealand.
Main Trunk Rail Ohakune
MTRO are a group of people from the central North Island of New Zealand who are interested in preserving the Rail and Transport Heritage of the area for future generations to enjoy and learn from. The Hub of the Trunk.
Baby Sunshine Rentals
Hire equipment online and well deilver to your door or to Car rental company.Best products, best prices!
Bella Tezoro Gallery
A private museum of Edwardian costumes and accessories open to the public by appointment.
The Coach House Museum
The Museum sets out to present to New Zealand a physical, pictorial and descriptive exhibition of horse-drawn vehicles, rural farm equipment and technology.
The Isaac Conservation and Wildlife Trust
The true purpose of the Park is for study and the breeding of all endangered species including the cultivation of endangered trees, plants and ground cover. The Park needs to be a "quiet place for" walking, cycling, perhaps a bridle path but no motorised traffic. There is a historical village in the making that is not yet open to the public.
Charities and Non Profit
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