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Wellington City Pass

The Wellington City Pass is a convenient way to experience some of Wellington’s most popular attractions. The pass includes a return trip on the Cable Car, general admission to two attractions - Zealandia, Space Place at Carter Observatory, Wellington Zoo, The Great War Exhibition - and other great discounts.

Your pass includes a return trip on the Wellington Cable Car

Wellington Cable Car

Whisking you from the heart of the city up into the Wellington Botanic Garden with its magnificent lookout over the city and harbour, and easy access to the Cable Car Museum and Space Place at Carter Observatory and the free Zealandia shuttle.

Plus general admission to two of the following attractions:

Wellington Zoo

Discover over 500 treasured native and endangered exotic animals, including Kiwi, Tuatara, Sumatran Tigers and Chimpanzees. Get up close and personal with a range of creatures and their keepers, and view check ups and procedures at The Nest Te Kōhanga animal hospital.

Space Place

Carter Observatory is New Zealand’s ‘Place for Space’. Take a virtual journey through our Universe in Space Place’s new state-of-the-art full-dome digital planetarium. Be inspired by the interactive multimedia exhibition and discover our unique place in space.


See some of New Zealand’s rarest native animals thriving in the wild and discover 80 million years of natural history brought to life with state-of-the-art multimedia exhibits at this award-winning, world-first eco-attraction just minutes from central Wellington. There's also a free shuttle to get you there and back. 

The Great War Exhibition

Journey into the past and discover the stories and sacrifices made by New Zealanders on the battlefields of World War One and on the home front. The Great War Exhibition will be open until Armistice Day 2018 to ensure everyone has the opportunity to see this nationally significant exhibition.

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