Northland and the Bay of Islands Sights

Warkworth Museum

  • Tudor Collins Dr. Map It
  • Warkworth

Published 08/30/2016

Fodor's Review

For a glimpse of Northland's pioneering past pay a visit to the Warkworth District Museum. It's a must if you are interested in learning about how smaller settlements in New Zealand developed. This eclectic collection includes Māori artifacts plus farming and domestic implements from the early days of European settlement including implements used to dig for kauri gum. Rotating textile displays cover clothing and lace dating to the late 1700s. There is also a display of a school dental clinic—what Kiwi children called the "murder house." Outside is a collection of old buildings, including a bushman's hut and an army hut used by Americans stationed at Warkworth in World War II.

Sight Information

Address:

Tudor Collins Dr., Warkworth, Auckland, 0981, New Zealand

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Phone:

09-425–7093

Sight Details:

  • NZ$7

Published 08/30/2016

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