Get a glimpse into a pioneering New Zealand family at Wellington’s oldest original cottage.
Built in 1858, Nairn Street Cottage is Wellington's oldest original cottage and is home to the story of the Wallis family who lived there for three generations.
The exhibition features an innovative timeline, revealing what life would be like from 1830-1970. It illustrates the ways in which the first colonial settlers blended their lives from their Victorian homeland with the dictates of a new country.
Outside the cottage is the heritage garden which features plants, fruits, herbs and chickens.
Nairn Street Cottage is within walking distance of the CBD and is at the start of the Aro Valley Heritage Trail.
Price: $8 Adult, $4 Child (4-16 years), Under 4 Free
Product Extras: Need to book for more people? Do so as you proceed to check out.
Location: 68 Nairn Street, Mount Victoria, Wellington
Also check out the great deals on our other products:
All prices are shown in NZD ($)
Copyright © 2020 Bookme Limited.
When you see the Qualmark logo, your activity of choice is endorsed by New Zealand Tourism’s official quality assurance organisation and backed by leaders in the industry. It’s your trusted guide to iconic activities and experiences that are awarded for their exceptionally high level of quality, safety and sustainability.
This award identifies a business with a high level of professionalism, a keen awareness of the impact it has on the environment and a commitment to a customer centric approach.
This award is evidence of a sophisticated tourism business that consistently exceeds visitor expectations. Their proactive leadership and management ensure the business’s focus on continuously improving their economic, social and environmental performance to create genuine, constantly evolving and sustainable tourism experiences.
This award recognises the best sustainable tourism businesses in New Zealand. It denotes exceptional customer experiences at the heart of everything the company does. This business is leading the way in making the New Zealand tourism industry a world class sustainable visitor destination.