This is one of the most unique museums in Hamilton and is the perfect place for the photographer amongst your circle of friends. A collection of Kodak cameras that were first manufactured over a 100 years ago are amongst the museum’s most prized possessions.
A home to vintage cars and rare classic cars, this museum is the perfect one for that car-afficiando that can appreciate a classic vintage. The Classics Museum has over 100 lovingly restored vintage cars that are kept in immaculate condition. Moreover, the Museum also has a retro themed diner, named the The Jukebox Diner. Gracing the entrance of the diner are genuine Wurlitzer Jukeboxes and ‘50s themed-decor completed the diner.
Opening Hours : 7:00 AM - 8:00 PM
11, Railside Road, Dinsdale
Easily the largest museum in Hamilton, the Waikato Museum, known as the Te Whare Taonga o Waikato, in Maori houses over 30,000 museum artefacts. It is home to galleries and exhibition halls where Maori culture is preserved and taught to visitors. There are a total of 13 galleries which conduct 25 exhibitions and over a hundred public events that showcase Maori art and cultural artefacts. Situated on the banks of the Waikato River, it is a beautiful museum set in a beautiful location.
Opening Hours : Monday - Sunday (9:00 - 5:00)
Cost of entry : Free
Location : 1 Grantham Street, Central City, Hamilton
Be sure to visit these amazing museums in Hamilton to get awed by the rich tradition of the country.
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