1000 years of maritime history are revealed in creative ways on the harbor's edge. The museum features numerous restored ... More
New Zealand National Maritime Museum
1000 years of maritime history are revealed in creative ways on the harbor's edge. The museum features numerous restored vessels, some afloat in the marina. Daily cruises are offered on the scow, which sets sail when the cannon is fired at noon. Learn the stories of Polynesian voyaging, immigration, navigation, and whaling. The museum also has interactive exhibits and model-makers workshop.
Reviews for New Zealand National Maritime Museum: 4
Excellent and educational for children
By A Yahoo Contributor, 11/18/08
I really enjoyed our visit to the Maritime Museum, the people are very welcomeing and warm,i left there knowing more and my culture and how we came to become aotearoa, and how boats are a very big part of how my people travelled in the old days ..
Thank you Maritime Museum
Basically a bunch of rusty old boats and buoys which you pay 12 bucks to see. Not historical boats just dingys & scowls. If you like to see old anchors covered in barnicles then well this is your lucky day. You can buy stamps in the gift area though so not all is lost.
We visited the Maritime Museum Feb.2,2005
and found it fasinating and very interesting.
We had a good guide. She guided us through
the 0ne hour or so eaisly. Good movie of history of boating-dont miss it.
If you like the water and boats this is a
must.Check times for tours. Only one a day.
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