Explore the Nelson Provincial Museum and discover Nelson and Tasman regions' history, from its geological origins to the history and culture of its individuals and families...
Grab this awesome deal for entry into New Zealand's oldest Museum, The Nelson Provincial Museum, a treasure-filled space that focuses on the region’s diverse culture and rich heritage; as well as any temporary special exhibitions available.
This is a great activity for children and adults alike, offering an opportunity for hours of discovery.
Learn about Nelson’s interesting geology, it is a region with rich mineral deposits and has a fascinating history of geological exploration and mining.
Explore the way the area’s geology has shaped the lives of its people and gain insight into the local culture and history of it’s inhabitants.
Wander through the lower floor at your own leisure and discover the captivating stories and history and Taonga (treasures) of the six Mana Whenua Iwi (local tribes) of Mohua, Motueka and Whakatu.
Make the most of your time in Nelson and delve into the historical, geological and cultural collections of the Nelson Museum today!
Buller’s Bird: 20 April – 28 July 2019
Showcasing the illustrations that were produced for Walter Lawry Buller, 1838-1906, and the books he published on the birds of New Zealand alongside selected bird taxidermy specimen.
WildLife Photographer of the Year 2018: 3 May – 4 August 2019
Featuring the best wildlife photography from around the globe in many facets, exhibited in 100 exquisite images. The images were awarded for their creativity, originality and technical excellence and chosen from over 45,000 entries by expert judges.
Address: The Nelson Provincial Museum, Trafalgar and Hardy Streets, Nelson Central
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