Timings : 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM ; Monday - Saturday
1:30 PM - 4:00 PM ; Sundays
Time Required : 2-3 hours
Entry Fee : NZD 5 - Adult
A local, regional museum that has strong ties to New Zealand history, the Tairawhiti museum is widely popular for its innovativeness and creative content. Located ahead of the CBD, across the Peel Street Bridge, the museum is innately patriotic in essence and guarantees you the raw, local and indigenous feel of the place. It is culturally informative and is a go-to place if you are touring New Zealand with your family and kids.
The museum has developed itself in multiple folds, infrastructure wise, and representation-wise. It stands strong and loud in bearing the historical mouthpiece of the locals and NZ at broad. The museum is famous for its art exhibition, a remarkably monumental cottage, and a ship. The entry fee is NZD 5 for adults and completely free of cost for the locals and children below the age of 12. Valid ID might be required for entry. There is available parking space across the Stout street.
Monday to Saturday (10:00am- 4:00pm)
Sundays and public holidays (1:30pm-4:00pm)
Closed on Good Friday, Easter, Christmas Day, Boxing Day
Monday to Friday (8:30am-2:00pm)
Closed on sundays
$ 180 onwards
$ 170 onwards
$ 140 onwards