These are the best museums in Wellington:
The Wētā CaveWellingtonPlace where extraordinary things happen! This workshop creates facilities for Hollywood movies such as Avatar, Lord of the Rings or King Kong.
City Gallery WellingtonWellingtonThe City Gallery Wellington ( Māori : Te Whare Toi ) is an art gallery in Wellington , New Zealand . The gallery was first opened in 1980 in a different building.
Space PlaceWellingtonSpace Place at Carter Observatory (or simply Space Place ) is an observatory in Wellington, New Zealand , located at the top of the Wellington Botanic Garden . The site was originally home to the Wellington City Observatory (nicknamed "The Tin Shed"), established in 1924. This was demolished and rep
Cable Car MuseumWellingtonEnter freely into the museum which brings alive the old cable cars once driving in the city. Try to image the old elegant days.
Nairn Street CottageWellingtonNairn Street Cottage is Wellington's oldest original cottage. It was originally built by the Wallis family, who lived in the cottage for three generations. Tours of the cottage are available to hear about these early British colonists and their descendants, and the garden is open daily during daylig
Archives New ZealandWellingtonArchives New Zealand ( Māori : Te Rua Mahara o te Kāwanatanga ) is New Zealand's national archive and the official guardian of its public archives. As the government's recordkeeping authority, it administers the Public Records Act 2005 and promotes good information management throughout government.
Katherine Mansfield House & GardenWellingtonKatherine Mansfield House and Garden (formerly known as Katherine Mansfield Birthplace) was the early childhood home of Katherine Mansfield , a prominent New Zealand author. The building, located in Thorndon , Wellington , is classified as a "Category I" historic place by Heritage New Zealand .
New Zealand Portrait GalleryWellington
New Zealand Cricket MuseumWellingtonRead about history of cricket in New Zealand. Get to know the best stars. Peep in the Basin Reserve stadium where everything is happening.
Reserve Bank of New ZealandWellingtonUnique occasion to explore how the world of money is really functioning and what is the history of New Zealand economy. All answers are here.