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Get acquainted with New Zealand's second largest city, the world's most southerly capital. Take in spectacular views of this city surrounded by water—its ico...
A great guided tour and Wellington’s 10 best hop-off stops Hop on board one of our minibuses and traverse Wellington’s winding streets on our intimate and in...
Enter the exciting world of filmmaking with this immersive, behind-the-scenes look at New Zealand's Weta Workshop. You’ll enjoy return transfers from Welling...
Lord of the Rings fans unite on this tour of the sprawling New Zealand countryside, where the majority of the famous movie series was filmed. Visit locations...
Enter the world of Weta Workshop with There and Back Again: The Full Experience, a guided round trip by Weta Studio Tours! You’ll enjoy return transfers from...
Unleash your inner ninja and relive your recess days by zipping, jumping, and swinging through the lush tree canopy of the Bay of Plenty. The 6 unique course...
Combination of our Seal Colony & Farm tour and a visit to ZEALANDIA, the world’s first fully-fenced urban eco-sanctuary. Arriving at the eco-sanctuary, y...
Gain insight into the World War I history of Anzac Cove at the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa. Peruse the museum's celebrated Gallipoli Exhibition b...
Set off for the wild and woolly parts of Wellington, leaving the city limits behind to see a New Zealand Fur Seal colony and a working cattle station. Drive ...
Half Day tour of Wellington’s extraordinary natural flora and fauna including a visit to Tongue Point Seal colony. The wild forces of nature all collide with...
Located on Wellington’s picturesque waterfront, this multipurpose venue hosts many events, including concerts, trade shows, art exhibitions and more.
Wellington’s main stage for conferences and indoor events features award-winning architecture and a year-round calendar of music and arts events.
Enjoy artisan coffees, sample specialty foods, browse through vintage shops or hunt for retro bargains in Wellington's bohemian heart.
Stroll along a scenic walkway through a pretty Wellington Town Belt reserve to this lookout for spectacular panoramic views of the city.
A free museum for all the family that charts the role the sea played in shaping modern-day Wellington.
Go on a free guided tour of the seat of New Zealand’s power, the beehive-shaped building that houses the New Zealand Parliament's Executive wing.
See, smell and touch the exhibits at New Zealand’s hi-tech and interactive free national museum.
Rise above the crowds on this famous attraction: the red cable cars that travel up a steep slope to Wellington Botanic Garden.
Enjoy eclectic and cutting-edge contemporary art at this free gallery.
A horticultural hot spot of color and sweet fragrances features native plants, rare trees and glowing insects.
Spend some quality time with big cats, giraffes, red pandas and white-cheeked gibbons at New Zealand’s oldest zoo.
This attractive beach is popular for swimming and is only a few minutes’ walk from the city center.
Your best chance of seeing rare native species in the wild, this eco-attraction is a fenced valley that protects many native bird species.
Look at the rings of Saturn, touch rocks that have fallen from space and go on a virtual journey to the farthest regions of our solar system.
This free museum tells the story of Wellington’s cable car since its beginnings at the turn of the 20th century.
This modern public library is regarded for its functional architecture, free events year-round and many collections of books and other resources.
Travelers to Te Aro praise its popular shops. If you've got some more time to explore, be sure to make a stop by Te Papa (Museum of New Zealand) and Cuba Street Mall.
If you're spending time in Aro Valley, you might enjoy its restaurants and shopping. If you've got time to venture a little farther, you can make a stop by Cuba Street Mall or Te Papa (Museum of New Zealand).
If you're spending some time in Oriental Bay, Oriental Parade and Embassy Theatre are top sights worth seeing.
While visiting Thorndon, you might make a stop by sights like Lambton Quay and Katherine Mansfield Birthplace.
Travelers like the beaches in Houghton Bay, and Princess Bay is a top attraction you might want to visit.
Korokoro might not have many top sights, but Petone Foreshore and Dowse Art Museum are two attractions nearby that you can check out.
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