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Wellington Free Visitor Attractions, New Zealand

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CABLE CAR MUSEUM - Wellington

Location: Wellington - Wellington City

Bringing to life the story of Wellington's iconic cable cars is the award-winning Cable Car Museum, situated within the original Winding House. Open every day with free entry, the Museum is home to two of the original grip cars and the historic winding machinery once used to haul the cars through a series of tunnels up the steep incline...(more)

CITY GALLERY WELLINGTON - Wellington

Location: Wellington - Wellington City

City Gallery Wellington is a dynamic cultural presence in the capital city of Aotearoa New Zealand. Whether it's the latest exhibition of New Zealand's avant-garde artists, an international collection visiting the gallery or just the gallery's renowned cafe Nikau, there are plenty of reasons to put Wellington's eyes-and-ears-on-the-arts on your..(more)

KURA GALLERY - Wellington

Location: Wellington - Wellington City

For Wellington's finest collection of quality New Zealand fine arts and crafts, visit Kura Contemporary Ethnic Art Gallery. Close to Te Papa, located at the heart of the Courtenay Quarter, Kura meets the needs of local, international and corporate buyers. Come and experience New Zealand like you've never seen..(more)

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WELLINGTON MUSEUM - Wellington

Location: Wellington - Wellington City

Housed in the Bond Store, a 1892 heritage building designed by leading architect Frederick de Jersey Clere, is Wellington Museum. Set over four floors, the Museum shares some of the fascinating stories of the Wellington region. Come see the Von Kohorn Room, Wahine Theatre, The Attic, and much more!..(more)

WELLINGTON WRITERS WALK - Wellington

Location: Wellington - Wellington City

Discover 23 tributes to this city by the sea; amazing typographical sculptures dotted unexpectedly along Wellington's picturesque waterfront. The writers in the walk include Katherine Mansfield, Robin Hyde, Pat Lawlor, Denis Glover, James K. Baxter, Bruce Mason, Lauris Edmond, Maurice Gee, Patricia Grace, Vincent O'Sullivan, Fiona Kidman, Barbara Anderson, Alistair Te Ariki Campbell, Eileen Duggan..(more)

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