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Albertland & Districts MuseumAlbertland and Districts Museum Inc

The Albertland and Districts Museum Inc, located less than one hour north of Auckland City, houses memorabilia and history of the Albertland Settlement of the 1860s. Visitors from Te Papa have stated “The Albertland Museum houses a unique and irreplaceable collection that cannot be replicated within New Zealand.”

National Sports MuseumNational Sports Museum

The National Sports Museum is a collaborative Australian museum that displays sporting artefacts, owned by NSM or on loan from a number of bodies, including the Melbourne Cricket Club and Melbourne Cricket Ground, the Australian Gallery of Sport and Olympic Museum, Australian Football League, Sport Australia Hall of Fame, Australian Racing Museum and Cricket Australia.

New Zealand Rugby MuseumNew Zealand Rugby Museum

New Zealand’s first and most comprehensive rugby museum. Contains some of the world’s rarest rugby memorabilia, set out in 30 displays. Extensive video collection and library.

Owaka Museum

Owaka Museum : Wahi Kahuika the Meeting Place – a rest on your journey.

Owaka Museum is on the south-east edge of Aotearoa / New Zealand. The museum provides a window on what made the Catlins the place it is today. Multi-media exhibitions present stories on Maori and pioneers, shipping, farming, forestry, rail, military and life in general enhanced by Catlins collection items.

Rotorua Museum Te Whare Taonga O Te ArawaRotorua Museum of Art & History
Rotorua Museum of Art & History – Te Whare Taonga O Te Arawa – is housed in the magnificent Bath-House building situated in beautiful Government Gardens. The Bath-House, constructed as a therapeutic spa in 1908, is listed as a Category 1 Historic Building and is believed to be the most photographed building in New Zealand. Visitors can explore this beautiful building and experience a range of art and history exhibitions along the way.

Te Awamutu MuseumTe Awamutu Museum
Explore the history and stories of Te Awamutu through a range of permanent and temporary exhibitions. ‘True Colours’ tells the story of Tim and Neil Finn, known as Split Enz and Crowded House. The Tangata Whenua Gallery features many spectacular Tainui treasures. The turbulence of the Waikato Wars is explored in our exhibition ‘NZ Wars – the Waikato campaign’.

World Rugby MuseumWorld Rugby Museum
An exciting journey through the history of rugby… From humble beginnings at Rugby School through to modern-day professionalism, the World Rugby Museum has it all and boasts the biggest collection of rugby memorabilia in the world. It’s all here at Twickenham Stadium where a Stadium Tour provides the perfect complement to your Museum visit.