Castle Pamela, Tirau

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10 Bridge St, Tirau, Waikato. 07 - 8331112
  • Extensive doll collection.
    Extensive doll collection.
    by kiwi
  • Old books to remember those days.
    Old books to remember those days.
    by kiwi
  • Castle Pamela has a cafe as well.
    Castle Pamela has a cafe as well.
    by kiwi

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    Castle Pamela

    by kiwi Updated Mar 17, 2010

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    Private collection of Dolls, Toys and Royal Albert China well displayed in this unique castle built to house these.
    Situated in a really nice spot overlooking lovely rolling farmland, not far from the centre of town.
    They have a nice large Cafe with nice food and drinks, including Devonshire Teas. The theme is regal and you can buy trinkets if you desire.
    **The Castle is now open during school holidays & statutory holidays ONLY.**
    Open daily 9.30am - 3.30pm, during above holiday periods.
    Entry Adults $8, Children $5.

    Castle Pamela Greetings sign. Extensive doll collection. Old books to remember those days. Castle Pamela has a cafe as well.
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    A Kiwi Castle??

    by allikat Updated Nov 4, 2005

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    At the top of the hill that is Tiraus main street, a brown tourist info sign points the way to the Castle. A castle in Tirau? So you follow the sign, which leads down a side road, where another sign points the way, then another, then another. Finally you arrive at the fairytale Castle Pamela!
    The Castle Pamela is a fairly recent construction (the local information leaflet describes it as Medievel, but the concrete has a modern feel!) and the couple that run it have created it a 20th century Kiwi folly, which now houses New Zealands largest doll and toy collection.
    Well worth a visit, especially if you have children with you.

    The Castle Pamela Can you guess who this is?
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    • Museum Visits
    • Family Travel

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