Wellington

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The Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa is a perfect prelude to your exploration of the country — Michelin Guide
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Connecting busy Lambton Quay and the tranquil Botanic Garden, Wellington's cable car has been a popular mode of transport for over 100 years. — Afar Magazine
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Much-loved City Gallery does a cracking job of securing acclaimed contemporary international exhibitions. — Lonely Planet
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When Weta Workshop created the special effects for the Lord of the Rings trilogy (and many other movies), they initiated an enduring phenomenon. — Frommer's
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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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Mansfield left to pursue her career in Europe when she was 20, but many of her short stories take place in Wellington. — Fodor'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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These buildings include Parliament House with its Debating Chamber, a copy of the one in the British House of Commons right down to the Speakers Mace. — Fodor's
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Meander through the Botanic Gardens to the Rose Garden (follow the pink flowers painted on the ground), which are at their best in Spring. — Afar Magazine
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For an imaginative, interactive experience of Wellington’s social and maritime history, swing into the Wellington Museum, occupying an 1892 Bond Store. — Lonely Planet
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This second-largest wooden structure in the world is now home to Victoria University's law faculty. — Fodor's
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Staglands offers visitors the opportunity to feed and freely interact with wildlife in a beautiful natural environment. — Fodor's
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A beacon of culture and delight, the excellent Dowse is worth visiting for its jaunty architecture alone. — Lonely Planet
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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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