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Waitangi Treaty Grounds, New Zealand's most important historic site, is where the Treaty of Waitangi was signed between the British Crown and the indigenous Maori in February 1840. Set on a stunning site overlooking the Bay of Islands, Waitangi is...more
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The $50NZ entrance fee per adult still feels a little steep, but the museum is excellent, the guided tour an informative & relevant summary(where, due to the provision of radio receivers there is no difficulty hearing), and the exhibits unique.
This place is steeped in NZ and Maori tradition, detailing how the Europeans traded with the Maoris in the Bay of Islands and then detailing how the British set up an agreement with the Maoris to give the land and rights to the Maoris.. hence...More
What an awesome place!! This place is full of typical Maori character (the staff) their smiling faces and loving nature, funny yet very engaging and at times confronting with the delivery of how the Maori lived and their culture. The Waitangi Treaty Grounds are also...More
To charge NZers $25 and overseas guests $50 to see a small old house, a Maori meeting house and acres of grass is a disgrace. Tour groups get a massive discount and we were offered half price tickets by one operator so why not be...More