An architectural gem commemorating the first organised European settler landings in New Zealand, the museum focuses on migration and settlement in the Wellington and Hutt Valley region and its resulting cultural diversity.
To mark the 70th anniversary of the opening of the Wellington Provincial Centennial Memorial, the Petone Settlers Museum has recently been refurbished. A new exhibition, Tatou Tatou celebrates the history of the local area with a contemporary visitor experience.
5 minutes walk from Petone's historic Jackson Street cafes and shops.
Wednesday to Sunday: 10pm - 4pm
Admission free, donations welcomed. Free parking available.
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