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19 October 2019 (TBC)
Powhiri at Wharekaho
Venue: Wharekaho Beach and Ngati Hei land
Goodbye 2018 and welcome 2019!!I thought we should have a look back at 2018 – a year in review!Number of Visitors – 6,337 (January to December 2018) 736 from Mercury Bay and wider Coromandel, 3,565 from New Zealand and 2,036 from the World.New Exhibits – 5 – pictured...
Miniature Chest of Drawers – 1987.001.05This miniature chest of drawers caught the eye of our collection assistants so we did a little more research on the owner.The provenance that was recorded for these drawers was in itself very exciting and then what we discovered...
Wow that year went fast!! They say time flies when you are having fun.We have once again had a busy month here in the museum. We had an amazing turn out for our Business After 5 in the Museum with a full house all round and really positive feedback on the changes we...
Thanks you to all those who joined us last night for our Night @ The Museum – A History Mystery.
Now we need your expertise –we have an object in the museum which is going into our new agricultural exhibition and we need more information on it.
We have been busy out and about in the community these last few weeks. In particular I spoke to the Year 7 & 8 class at Whenuakite School as part of their Careers topic
Over the last few weeks we have been running a competition to give our cow a name. We are pleased to announce that we have winner!!!
Article first published in The Informer It’s been a busy couple of weeks herein the Museum. During the school holidays we hosted a scavenger hunt for families. The scavenger hunt included tracking down some bits at the beach which were used to either decorate or...