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People walking down Cuba Street, past the Bucket Fountain, an iconic kinetic sculpture.


Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa

Our national museum is a must-do, with six storeys of interactive exhibitions housed in an architectural wonder of a building.

Dive a bit deeper and explore the history of Aotearoa through Te Papa’s guided tours and experiences. Options include Introducing Te Papa, Daily Mana Māori, and Art Narrative tours or opt for your own private tour.

Location: 55 Cable Street, Wellington

The He Kaupapa Waka exhibit at Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa.


Wellington Cable Car

For 120 years, the Cable Car has trundled up the Kelburn hillside making it one of Wellington’s most iconic experiences. Take a virtual trip and see how a visit to the Cable Car can be built into any itinerary.

Location: Cable Car Lane, 280 Lambton Quay, Wellington

A couple sitting in the Cable Car, watching a light show as they drive through a tunnel.


Kapiti Island Nature Tours

Kapiti Island is one of New Zealand’s oldest and most important nature reserves, and a place rich in Māori history. Learn more about the nature and cultural experiences your clients will discover with Kapiti Island Nature Tours.

Location: 29 Marine Parade, Paraparaumu Beach, Paraparaumu. (for check-in and biosecurity checks)

A tour guide telling a group of people about the Kiwi, while holding up a picture.