Timings : 11 AM to 12 PM1 PM to 3 PM (Weekdays)11 AM to 12 PM2 PM to 3 PM (Weekends)
Time Required : 1-2 hrs
Entry Fee : Guided tours are free of cost
The Rotorua Museum of Art and History is set in a spectacular former bath house. The building is a true architectural gem. If you wish to go on and informational spin about the region’s cultural and geological history, this museum is the place for you. It houses an essential collection of TeArawataonga. Whenever visiting the museum, plan a short halt at the TeAraway War memorial nearby. The front fence of the gardens showcase assorted carvings, while the south of the museum is home to a contemporary Maori sculpture. With exhibitions from nationally and internationally renowned artists, the Rotorua Museum of Art and History offers a world class cultural experience.
The museum is located near the City centre, at the Government Gardens. The house of art and history houses an impressive collection of the Taonga objects from the Maori culture, social history, photography and fine arts. You can surely learn a lot about the exciting geothermal history of New Zealand at this museum. Discover the heritage and culture of the nation. Commuting is easy as the museum is a few minutes from central Rotorua. You can enjoy scenic tours of the Government Gardens for free.