Wellington

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One of the largest national museums in the world, Te Papa is redefining the word museum. — Frommer's
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One of Wellington’s big-ticket attractions is the little red cable car that clanks up the steep slope from Lambton Quay to Kelburn. — Lonely Planet
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City Gallery has a reputation for challenging viewers with often political and always thought-provoking works. — Frommer's
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The innovative designers and effects wizards at Weta have brought many high-profile movies to life, so it’s no surprise that their home turf is nirvana for cinephiles. — Fodor's
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Katherine Mansfield, an icon of New Zealand literature, was born in 1888 in this simple wooden house, restored following an archaeological dig — Michelin Guide
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The Museum of New Zealand combines interactive technology with world-class displays that tell the whole New Zealand story—the country's history, art, her people, and natural environment. — Frommer's
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Zealandia is a wildlife sanctuary right in the heart of Wellington that's open to the public — Afar Magazine
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New Zealand’s Parliament Buildings are on Molesworth Street in the city center and include the distinctive beehive-shaped building that is the administrative headquarters. — Frommer's
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Woodland gardens under native and exotic trees fill the valleys, water-loving plants line a pond and mountain streams, and lawns spread over flatter sections with beds of bright seasonal bulbs. — Fodor's
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Shipwreck fans will love the Museum of Wellington City and Sea featuring the wreck of the Wahine ferry, as well as models, films and holographic reconstructions tracing back to a thousand years. — Michelin Guide
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Helps to conserve native NZ birds and animals, such as the blue duck (whio). — Lonely Planet
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Near Petone, this museum stages a changing array of exhibitions—including ones focused on extraordinary jewelry, fashion, photography, and ceramics—that showcase the creativity of New Zealand's artisans. — Fodor's
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Consecrated in 1866, the church is a splendid example of the English Gothic Revival style executed entirely in native timbers. — Fodor's
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Built in 1858 as a family home by immigrant carpenter William Wallis, this cottage is Wellington's oldest remaining building. — Fodor's
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In the Planetarium lie back and watch an almost limitless range of virtual space journeys — Fodor's
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