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The Great War Exhibition Guided Tour
"Located in the historic Wellington Dominion Museum Building within the Pukeahu National War Memorial Park the Exhibition takes a wide look at the Great War - at all forces and all countries involved. The stunning artefacts including a life size tank a range of replica and genuine guns and over 5000 hand painted miniature figures depict the trials and horrors of war. The lives and experiences of New Zealanders who served and lived during that time highlight the bravery and enduring spirit which helped shape who the people of New Zealand are today. The Great War Exhibition melting away 100 years helping us to understand the hardships endured by those who served and those who stayed behind.This exhibition is truly world-class
From NZD25.00
 
Wellington City Scenic Private Tour
"Enjoy a pickup from your accommodation for up to 9 people. From here you can decide where you want to go or you can take the standard tour.The standard route begins with a drive through the entertainment district of Courtenay Place to the Mt Victoria lookout. You will then travel round the south coast of Miramar Peninsula and have the option of a 1 home of the New Zealand film industry. You will then travel back into town around the Harbour Bays before climbing to take in the views from Te Ahumairangi. Travel down through the historic suburb of Thorndon with a stop at historic Old St Pauls. the national museum and art gallery (only a part of it will be visited in the time available) Weta Workshop tour for 50 minutes (not included advise prior to departure) The National War Memorial Park and Great War Exhibition
From NZD875.00
 
Wellington Self-Guided Audio Tour
"In this comprehensive tour of Wellington you will also see the Summit of Mount Victoria the Plimmer Steps the Old Bank Arcade the Museum of Wellington City and Sea the Wellington Railway St Paul's Cathedral. As well as this you will see the Parliament Building which is known worldwide as ""The Beehive"" because of its unusual shape. Wellington is the capital of New Zealand and this tour will not disappoint. Take the frustration out of no what to do or what to see by doing this wonderful walking tour which gives you a snapshot of the best things to see and do in this eclectic city which is awash with colorful characters of all ethnicities."
From $20.00

More Things to Do in Wellington

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Old St Paul's Church

Designed by Frederick Thatcher, this is one of New Zealand's finest churches. Completed in 1866, it was constructed from the highest quality timber, including kauri, rimu, totara, and matai. In 1964,...
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Cuba Street

This is Wellington's Haight-Ashbury. Named for the Cuba, a passenger ship used to bring immigrants, it was among the first Wellington streets to have a real steam-driven tram in 1878. It's packed full...
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Kaitoke Regional Park

Kaitoke is a beautiful Forest park, with a mighty river.Home to the Lord of Rings site 'Rivendell'.There is a suspension bridge which gives a magnificent view of the river. There are a range of...
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La colmena / The Beehive

El edificio que alberga las oficinas ministeriales del parlamento de Nueva Zelanda le llaman la Colmena. La razón del nombre es bastante obvio, aunque muchos de los habitantes de Wellington piensan...
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Centro Cívico / Civic square

El Centro Cívico está formado por una serie de edificios con un diseño arquitectónico muy interesante , que rodean un gran espacio abierto y un puente que lo une con la línea de costa Entre los...
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Steps up to The Terrace

At the first corner of Boulcott St when coming off Manners St there are steps you can take to get up to The Terrace. There are 100 or so steps to get up so it's a nice bit of stress on your thighs at...
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More than just a movie theatre

I love this place! Not only do they have an interesting line up of new movies but they also host film festivals. The Human Rights Festival is on at the moment but I went to see I'm Not There. (Great...
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Railway Station - more than a Place of Transport

This is much more than a place where trains depart and arrive. It is a majestic building in late Classical style, designed by the architectural firm Gray Young, Morton and Young, and opened in 1937....
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Chews Lane

Chews Lane is the newest of all streets in Wellington city and runs between Willis and Victoria Streets. The lane has a coffee shop, food place and bar (3C) if you'd care to stop for a while on your...
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City Gallery

It is so strange coming back to my home town and finding so many of the buildings have changed their use. Those that are still there of course.One of my most important sanctuaries was the Wellington...
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Museum of Wellington City & Sea

This fabulous small museum is located in an historic building at Queen’s Wharf. It displays Wellington’s social history and maritime past, with videos, holographs, models and relics. It has the best...
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Oriental Bay: Play in Sand from the South Island

As nice as the white sandy beach is at Oriental Bay – it is a kind of fake beach. All the sand was shifted here from the other side of Cook Strait – from Golden Bay - in 2003, 17,500 cubic metres in...
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A Surprise in front of the Railway Station

Spacious lawns and paths of brick arranged in a herringbone pattern create a park-like atmosphere in front of the station. But that is not all. First, there is one of those fabulous art signs that are...
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Turnbull House - a fine Heritage Building

Although it has a very attractive red brick exterior, this is not a real tourist spot. The Turnbull House has become an establishment for conferences, functions and exhibitions which you can hire. You...
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133-137 The Terrace, Wellington, North Island, 6001, New Zealand
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Cnr Bolton & Mowbray Sts, Wellington, North Island, 6140, New Zealand
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147 The Terrace, Wellington, North Island, 6001, New Zealand
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2 Grey St, Wellington, North Island, 6011, New Zealand
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75 Featherston St, Wellington, North Island, 6000, New Zealand
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153 Featherston Street, Wellington, North Island, 6001, New Zealand
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