Arthur Wakefield Motor Inn Nelson

294 Queen Street, Richmond, Nelson, South Island, New Zealand
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2-3 hours in Nelson city - what to see

by ch3noa

If you have only 2-3 hours in nelson city, what would you visit?

I'm thinking of the following:
a) Nelson Market (it's a sat. when I bypass Nelson, so the market's open)
b) Church Hill
c) South Street precint
d) on and around Trafalgar Sq, Trafalgar St.

RE: 2-3 hours in Nelson city - what to see

by yawndave

If you enjoy museums, Founder's Historic Park is worth a visit. There's a cafe there as well as a brewery, in case you're thirsty.

RE: 2-3 hours in Nelson city - what to see

by jyzil

The saturday market is great to get a taste of the local crafts..howevre it is very packed....church hill and the cathedral are beautiful..south street is nothing special....founders park is fairly interesting.. but otherwise you have pretty much covered everytihng there is to see in Nelson city..
Have fun

RE: RE: 2-3 hours in Nelson city - what to see

by c0nn0r

hum i know this isnt about the topic but, im 13 and im gonna be moving to new zealand, and my parents wanted to go to nelson, but im worried, is there anything in nelson wich could keep me "occupied"

RE: RE: 2-3 hours in Nelson city - what to see

by jyzil

nelson is very beautiful...there are nice beaches....there is a ski field an hour and a half drive away...it is a very safe place for children...There are amazingly beautiful rivers for swimming...they have a skateboard park....there are plenty of sports teams....all of the schools have swimming pools....there is a water park....there is a sailing club....I grew up in Nelson and had a very fun time...but as you get older it gets a little bit boring because it is very very very very small place...the people are friendly at first but I think they are a bit snobby...it gets freeeeeeeeezing in winter but no snow...where are you moving from?
I moved to australia and things here are very cheap compared to Nelson.....it is an expensive place to live....if you have an accent...all the kids at school will want to get to know you....

Travel Tips for Nelson

Kiwi Creativity with Paua Shells

by cnango

New Zealands Paua shells are from the same family as the Abolone. But the Paua shell is deeper in color and smaller in size than the Abolone.The bright iridescent blue purple and green shells are used for jewelery or ornamentation of boxes, baskets, etc. They can be found on the beaches or in the gift shops of New Zealand.

I saw a Kiwi lady wearing a cool Paua necklace and she told me her boyfriend had made it for her from a shell he found on the beach. I liked it so much I bought a polished piece of Paua shell in a gift shop,then I tied a satin cord through one of its natural holes and created the necklace pictured here. This is one of my favorite souvenirs from New Zealand and it cost less than NZ $8 to make.

Höglund Art Glass - International Glass Centre

by wkcsmt

Höglund Art Glass in Richmond, is situated in a park-like setting with glassblowing studio, glass engraving, glass galleries, exhibition hall, licensed café and beautiful gardens. Here Ola and Marie Höglund create stunning hand blown art glass, in striking colours and designs that are recognised worldwide.

The centre opens 7 days a week, except on Good Friday, Christmas & Boxing Days. Admission to the Glass gallery & store is free while the Glass Centre is @ NZ$15. Children under 14 years are free with paying adult. This includes a 50-minute informative and fascinating guided tour (watch the mesmerising and skilful work of the glass artists in the Glassblowing, Flamework and Coldwork Studios), visit the Glass Museum and find out how glass is made and what it is made of, from permanent, educational and historical displays and changing exhibitions.

In a nutshell, an unique experience to glass lovers and those interested in glass art!!

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