Open Hours: Open 24 hrs (can only be viewed from exterior)
The Premier House is arguably one of the country's premier historic places. The substantial townhouse began as a humble ... More
The Premier House is arguably one of the country's premier historic places. The substantial townhouse began as a humble cottage for a local merchant in 1843 and after several additions, was sold to the crown in 1865 for use as the Premier's residence. In 1935, it was converted for use as a dental surgery and gradually fell into disrepair before being restored in 1990 to mark New Zealand's 150th anniversary. Once again home to the Prime Minister, it can only be viewed from the exterior or by invitation.
Wellington's beautifully restored flaming red cable car is a vital commuter link between Lambton Quay and the leafy inner city
suburb of Kelburn, operating since 1902. This is a popular form of transport for the thousands of students attending ...
Founded in 1906, Wellington's zoological gardens have all the traditional attractions. The zoo includes features such as the Tropical River
Trail, New Zealand's newest and largest habitat exhibit. Zoo inhabitants include New Zealand natives such as the kiwi, the ...
This spacious new gallery in the historic Queen's Wharf Building presents a range of arts and craft from amateur and
professional artists and craftsmen around the country. The Academy, a non profit making organization, was established in 1982. It ...